Whether simple with a few eyelets amongst a smattering of decreases or a detailed motif of defined leaves, worked up in a shawl or knit into a garment, lace has one prominent effect for every knitter: it makes us feel so accomplished! These ten patterns highlighted here from our pattern store give you ample opportunity to flex those lace muscles for stunning results.
1. Lemon Drop, by Tabetha Hedrick Lemon Drop features large openwork at the borders, slightly complex, but only just enough to boost your skills. And the results are more than a drop of joy in your knitting life.
2. Yona, by Charlotte Lee Delicate waves fan across the fabric as beautifully as waves on the shore. These eyelets for crocheters are wonderfully easy to master.
3. SweetLeaf Stole, by Betty Fay Wallace The SweetLeaf stole blends two different lace patterns seamlessly, resulting in a showy stole that is airy and light.
4. Grotto Nymph, by Holli Yeoh Cascading lace leaves wrap around the sides for an utterly elegant look. It highlights the subtle ways that lace can transform a piece.
5. Katherine Crescent, by Deborah Dar Woon Deborah’s classic lace shawl is sophisticated with a blending of two lacy patterns worked up in a fine, lace-weight yarn.
6. Ocean Grove Shawl, by Angela Tong For the beginner lace knitter, the Ocean Grove shawl is the perfect introduction. Highly textural, it is layer upon layer of beauty.
7. Abrupt, by Rebecca Velasquez This smokey-hued shawl uses zigzagging eyelets for a show-stopping accessory that captivates.
8. Edale, by Corrinna Ferguson Edale is the perfect interplay of lace and shape. With eyelets expanding across the fabric, the results are dramatic and breathtaking.
9. Winter Song, by Tabetha Hedrick Lace takes on a stunning structure by pairing lace with twisted stitches in Winter Song. The asymmetrical shape showcases the textural elegance.
10. Whisper, by Heather Zoppetti Easy lace peeks out from a fabric of Stockinette stitch, making lace an accessible stitch for every style of knitter.