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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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Knitted by RavelryID Ulla777 – Colorized
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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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The first pattern is one of two that I literally forgot I had!!! The other one I forgot is Steinrose, which hopefully will get published in the coming months. The Star Flower is part of my baby blanket series, and is the least interesting one, but is still pretty interesting in that it begs to be knitted with different colors. I just can’t decide on a specific combination for more than five minutes. I did not include instructions for borders worked in i-cord or picot hem bind off. However, am sure there are plenty of resources on the interweb.

Tablecloth in edited photo knitted by RavelryID Ulla777

Photo From Original Publication:

Verlag fuer die Frau – Kunststrick-Muster Best. Nr. 1503

Strahlenblume – Center

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Star Flower

Name “Star Flower” given by blog author”. Originally publishes in Verlag fuer die Frau – Bestell Nr. 814 Kunststricken – Page 9

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Forgot I charted this 11 years ago! Someone visiting my Flickr albums emailed me asking for the chart. Have now uploaded it so it can be purchased by clicking Here.


The pattern page below had no buttons for some reason that I forget. It can now be purchased by clicking Here.

This selection of three patterns from the magazine Femmes d’Aujourd’hui (Women of Today) are a small part of a sizeable collection, lost by the post office decades ago when someone tried to mail them to me from Belgium, but recently provided by a friend of the original sender. Of course, still remaining are many unrecharted Nieblings from all the other publishers, so…

1. Les Anemones

FDA Issue Number Unknown

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2. FDA 774 – With Two Alternative Borders

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3. FDA 698

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Steingarten - Round Tablecloth In Knitted Lace - Designed By Herbert Niebling - Knitted By Ulla 777Knitted by Ulla 777

Photo From Original Publication (Repaired) Photo From Original Publication (Repaired)

Steingarten - Nupps Ulla 777 -2 Close up of Section With Nupps Knitted By Ulla 777

Test Swatch of 1 Set of Nupps Knitted By Doilyhead Test Swatch of 1 Set of Nupps Knitted By Doilyhead

Nupps aren't the only thing that makes this pattern textured, all of the small leaves, and some of the large leaves are composed of right-twisted stitches! This being extra work, I tend to prefer Barbara Walker's method of "Knit 2 together, knit the 1st stitch again, drop both from left needle", as opposed to the Niebling usual "Knit 2nd stitch, knit 1st stitch, drop both from left needle". Walker invented the method because the twisted stitch stand out more, and I like it because it is easier to knit.

As for the nupps, after translating the original instructions, which read:

Noppe = Man zieht den Faden 3 Mal liefer hindurch, legt die Schlinge auf die linke Nadel und strickt diese rechts ab. In gleicher Weise wiederholt man nach 4 mal. Dann strickt diese 5 Masche mit der N bezeichneten Masche rechts zusammen.

I did a test swatch and discovered that since the thread is drawn multiple times through the same stitches, it is easier to draw the thread under the strand between the stitches rather than through the center of the stitch((es) in the round(s) below.

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Large Oval Doily In Knitted Lace – Designed By Herbert Niebling
(Beyer Strickschrift 71225-VIII)

Knitted By Betty Eng

Knitted By Betty Eng

The photo above is from the test knitter, and is included in the instructions. For Materials Required and Purchase info, Click Here. A black and white version of Betty’s photo was used to minimize size of the PDF. Happily, below are photos recently sent by Olga K from Russia. Olga’s cloth is 205 by 160 cm; Betty’s is 88 x 174 inches:

Olga K - Eleonore 1.jpg

Olga K - Eleonore 2.jpg

Olga K - Eleonore 3.jpg

Olga K - Eleonore 4.jpg

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