Knitting pattern: Lace Collar
This Lace Collar is not only beautiful and detachable, it is also made exactly to the circumference you want and a nice way to use up left overs of fingering weight yarns.
Even better: This pattern doesn’t come alone, it’s part of a two pattern collection! The other pattern included is the equally cute fifties style Peter Pan Collar which is a cute way to give an old sweater a new and quirky look.
Fingering weight yarn.
Lace Collar shown in Isager Tvinni (100% merino, 510m/558yds per 100g skein).
Peter Pan Collar shown in Schoeller+Stahl Fortissima Socka (75% wool, 25% nylon, 209m/229yds per 50g ball).
Lace Collar - Gauge is not crucial as it is worked to your measurements.
Peter Pan Collar - 22 sts x 50 rows = 10 x 10cm / 4 x 4" in garter stitch.
Lace Collar - approx. 35m / 38yds
Peter Pan Collar - approx. 50m / 55yds
Lace Collar - neck circumference made to measure; approx. 4 to 6cm / 1.6 to 2.4" wide.
Peter Pan Collar - 40(42.5,45,47.5,50)cm / 15.75(16.75,17.75,18.75,19.75)" neck circumference, 3 to 4.5cm / 1.2 to 1.75" wide.
3mm (US size 2.5) needles.
Lace Collar - 1 stitch holder, 80cm / 30" satin ribbon (3mm / 1/8" wide), tapestry needle to weave in ends, pins for blocking.
Peter Pan Collar - sewing needle and thread, safety pins or ribbon to attach the collar, tapestry needle to weave in ends, pins for blocking.
Lace Collar - You should be able to: knit, purl, knit 2 together and do yarn overs.
Peter Pan Collar - You should be able to: knit and work short rows.
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