Federblute – Knitted By Ravelry ID Ulla777
Federblute – Closeup of Center

The photo above right shows the ground of the design in more detail. The mesh is made by working multiple repeats of the following starting with “knit 1 through back loop in running thread”, “in same stitch, knit 1, purl 1”, “knit 1 through back loop, yarn over twice, knit 1 through back loop”, “slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over, yarn over twice, knit 2 together”; alternate rounds are knit plain except in double yarn overs knit 1, purl 1. The person who knitted the cloth in the photos said she really enjoyed knitting it, and in fact, knitted it twice!

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Doily Knitted in 2004 by Doris Gibbons – 1936-2006

I recharted this pattern in 2004 but somehow forgot to add it to this blog. I was reminded when someone asked me about it. Since it is six-sided, I may try to make a Manifold Cardigan out of it, after the current backlog of projects! ;-)

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Beyer Strickschrfit 70635/16 – “Herbstblume” (“Fall Flower”)

Another Niebling with “basketweave” mesh, recharted using two versions of the original charts: the Beyer chart from 1959 and the Burda Special E 418 chart from 1996. There were minor errors in both charts! There was also one semi-significant difference on Round 191: after the first three stitches, the original (Beyer) version reads “p7, k21, p7, k5tog, p7, k21, p7” but is replaced in the Burda version with just “p35, k5tog, p35”. Don’t know which to suggest, so I included both. Finally, “purl 1 through back loop – in running thread” looks to be a bit of a challenge (there are quite a few of them, but only spread across 8 pattern rounds). Since I haven’t tried the stitch yet, am guessing it will help to rotate the left needle towards the body to make it easier to get to the back strand of the stitch. Will post if it doesn’t help, and feel free to comment with advice.

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Doily in Photo Knitted by RavelryID Ulla

The issue of Neue Mode Kunststricken is not the most interesting, though there are some nice borders not seen elsewhere. But decided to rechart this one (“Kastanienblatt” means “Chestnut Leaf”) after seeing a much nicer photo than the one in the original publication. Also, below is a triptych I made in order to show the twisted stitches forming the inner blossoms of the design; haven’t seen it anywhere else.

Playing around in Photoshop. Note the twist stitch texture on the blossom

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Cover – Model 57 is my Photoshop Reconstruction

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Knitted by RavelryID Ulla777

Unlike most of Niebling’s oval doilies, this one is knitted in one piece, that is, there are no extensions added at opposite sides of the center. Also, if the center is worked in two separate halves and then joined where the first center leaves end, it might make a nice poncho, or sleeves could be added at the sides extending from the second set of leaves! ;-)

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Photoshopped eye-candy below:

Knitted by RavelryID Ulla777 – Colorized
Knitted by RavelryID Ulla777 – Inverted
Doily In Photo Knitted By RavelryID Ulla777

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Was working on something completely different, but then… Should be ready in a week. Meanwhile…

Beyer Strickschrift 70638 – “Kornrade” (“Corncockle”)

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Erikas 80 – Kunstgestrickte Kostbarkeiten – Pattern 9 – Rosenblatt – Doily in Above Photo Knitted By Marie Shanley

Someone asked for a translation of the text of this pattern, but when I went to copy the original text, I realized how much my recharting habits have changed since 2006! The alignment of stitches in my original rechart was exactly the same as the source publication. However, therein the stitches are aligned to resemble the shape of the finished cloth rather than how the pattern is actually knit, so… I reformatted it, added stitch counts and written instructions. However, I couldn’t figure out where to include the above photo, sorry, Marie! I will include it in the Gallery that is still a work in progress.

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When I first saw the chart for the Tricot d’Art doily in the photo immediately below left, I thought it was upside down! ;-) Of course, after actually reading the chart, was disabused of the notion that the center of Niebling’s Trollblume was his only pattern knitted from the outside in. I then noticed the Erikas 603 patterns, of which the Model E might become a beret, but can’t decide on a border yet, so. As for the photo immediately below right, choosing a nice border for it is also a challenge for another day, or one of you! Lastly, casting on the largest of the Erikas requires 880 stitches! Across 4 needles, that would be 220 for each.

Tricot d’Art (Unknown Issue) – Napperon Rond – Original Version
Tricot d’Art (Unknown Issue) – Napperon Rond – Rounds 1-35 Omitted

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Erikas Kunststrickblatt 603

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