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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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Thought I’d retrieve this from the dustbin of history…

As well as a shawl (see last photo below), the original pattern could also be made into a bedspread.

The Test Knit of Rounds 1-93 measures 37″ (92.5 cm) in diameter, worked on needles US Size 3 (3.25 mm) with fingering/sport weight cotton and rayon from bamboo blend.

Number of Rounds and Rows: 195 rounds for center, 100 rows for each of two extensions, 50 rounds for border.

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Ignored this pattern from my stash for a long time — because it was 300 rounds — written out in Dutch! However, since working with Franciska Ruessink, I decided to take the opportunity to retrieve this one headed for the "dust bin of history". No pattern name was given, so "Romantic" was derived from the caption of the original photo; and, as before, Franciska’s done a wonderful job of knitting it.

To get an even better idea of how spectacular this pattern is, am including "close-ups" below. Also, when I started recharting it, I realized that it is very unlikely that it is a Niebling because of the unusual twist stitches employed, as can be seen in the Key To Symbols, a screenshot of which follows.

Close-up Of Border

Close-up of Center

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And finally, the original photo:

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