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By Barbara G. Walker

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Row 9: K3, *K6, YO, ssk, K1, rep from * to last 3 sts, K3. Row 11: K3, *K4, K2tog, YO, K1, YO, ssk, rep from * to last 3 sts, K3. Rows 13 and 15: Knit. Row 16: Purl. Rep rows 1–16 for patt. Lace Edge Pattern (Even number of sts in the round) Rnd 1 (RS): (YO, K1, *YO, K2tog, rep from * to marker, YO, sl marker, K1, sl marker) 4 times—8 sts inc. Rnd 2 and all even rnds: Knit. Rnd 3: (YO, *ssk, YO, rep from * to 1 st before marker, K1, YO, sl marker, K1, sl marker) 4 times—8 sts inc. Rnd 5: (YO, knit to marker, YO, sl marker, K1, sl marker) 4 times—8 sts inc.

Measure the width of the swatch and divide by 22 stitches for the number of stitches per inch. If the number of stitches per inch is less than the desired number, go down a needle size and repeat the pattern. If the number of stitches per inch is more than the desired number, go up a needle size. All gauges for the projects are given after blocking with the stated blocking method. Stitch patterns before blocking often bunch together and hide the beauty of the pattern. Blocking will open up, spread out, and even out the stitches, giving the proper dimensions to the finished piece.

Neck piece: Resume pear patt and work even until piece measures approx 16" from ribbing, ending with row 12. Ribbed slip through: Next row (RS): K1, K2tog, knit to end of row—22 sts. Next row: P2tog to end of row—11 sts. Work in K1, Pl rib for 2¼" ending with WS row. Next row (RS): K1f&b in all sts—22 sts. Next row: P1, Pl f&b, purl to end of row—23 sts. Bottom edge: Work in pear patt until piece measures 8½", ending with row 12. Next row (RS): K1, K2tog, knit to end of row—22 sts. Next row: K2tog to end of row—11 sts.

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