Knitting Horseshoe Lace Stitch (CC)

Knitting Horseshoe Lace Stitch (CC)


This is a very nice stitch.
going to have a picture there of the Horseshoe Lace Stitch.
It is a multiple of 10 plus 1 I have the instructions here, you can see
them on our page and….we’re going to cast on only 21 for the purpose of making it fast
because this is a long explanation stitch it has only 8 rows.
So we’re going to cast-on our multiple of 10 plus one so that is 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,
21. There we go…. and always leave a tail because
you are going to need it to sow it with. Not in this case, but whenever you finish
whatever you want to make. So.
On the first row, there is a knit 1, so we’re going to follow these 8 rows here… So the first one is KNIT 1, and this it the
repetition: From now, on…
You YARN OVER, you KNIT 3, (1,2,3). Now, You slip one, as of to knit,
and knit these to together, and the one that you slipped, you pass through
that one of the knit 2 together. So now we’re going to knit 3,
1, 2, 3 …yarn over, knit 1, Now, this is again the repetition:
again yarn over, knit 3: 1,2,3…. slip 1, knit 2 together,
that one that you slipped you pass over you knit 3
1, 2,3… yarn over,
and knit 1 there we go…
now, row #2: and all the even numbers….. are
the ‘wrong side’ so, row number 2 we purl the whole row….
(can you see it OK from there, Ana?) (mhhhmm) So we purl the whole row….
This is very nice, this is a very pretty lace stitch.
I’m going to show you what I’m making with this
I’m making a nice long lacy uhhhh…kind of of aaaaa short sleeve sweater, open sweater
or vest. So, now row #3,
you purl 1, and this is the repetition: knit1, yarn over, knit 2, pass 1, and you
knit these 2 together, pass that one over, and now you knit 2, yarn over, knit 1, and
purl 1 now here comes the repitition again you knit 1, yarn over, knit 2, you slip 1,
knit 2 together and pass over and now you knit 2 , yarn over, knit 1 and purl 1 Now row #4
You’re going to knit 1, and purl 9
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and knit 1 and purl 9 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, and you end with
knit 1 OK….
So row #5 we;re going to purl 1, knit 2, yarn over,
knit 1, pass one as if to knit, knit these 2 together, pass that one over
knit 1, yarn over, knit 2, and purl 1 now, let’s repeat this…
you knit 2, yarn over, knit 1, pass one, knit these 2 together, (I really want you to see,
what the stitches are, because the instructions on what to do are going to be on the description)
but I really want you to see how this is done together with the instructions
SO now we’re going to knit 1, yarn over, knit 2, and purl 1 Now….
Row number 6 we will purl1, NO, Row #6 we KNIT 1, and purl 9. The same as
row #4 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
and knit 1 and then purl 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
and we end with knit 1 So now you can see what is looking like Isn’t that pretty? But we can repeat all these again. So like
that you can see what it looks like…. So row #7:
we’re going to Purl 1, knit 3, yarn over, now you have to make sure that you pick up
the right one when you pass it over. That’s your yarn over. That’s the one you’re going
to pass….you’re going to knit these 2 together (make sure that your previous yarn over, that
one right there STAYS right there…) and THIS is the one you’re going to pass over…..
So now you yarn over, knit 3, 1, 2, 3, and you purl 1
now let’s repeat this…. we’re going to knit 3 : 1, 2,3,
yarn over, we’re going to pass that one
we’re going to knit these 2 together and make sure the one you’re passing your
yarn over is that one right there… and then you yarn over, knit 3, and the purl
1 So row # 8
You only purl the whole thing
so 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 I really want to repeat this whole sequence.
So that you can see what it looks like…. Look how pretty that is….

95 thoughts on “Knitting Horseshoe Lace Stitch (CC)

  1. How I love your tutorial , it is easy and clear , the nice thing I can follow your instruction to make such pretty lace pattern . Thank you !

  2. Thank you so much!! You made it very clear. I will check to see if you made that blocking video, I have several projects to block and I'm not sure what the best way to do it is to make my work more even.

  3. Hi, Thank you for this wonderful tutorial. I am a brand new knitter, so I don't always understand knitting instructions. When you say that this relies on multiples of 10 + 1, do you mean (a) (10 + 1) or (b) (10) + 1? If i wanted a scarf that is roughly 50 stitches wide, Option A would require 55 stitches but Option B would require 51 stitches. I hope that my question is clear. Thank you again.

  4. Thank you so much for your tutorial! Thid is one of the most beautiful stitch I have seen, and you explanation is so clear!

  5. How do I convert this beautiful lace into a pattern for a beanie hat using single point straight needles

  6. I really love your channel! I hope you continue to make more. You are a brilliant knitter! I hope to be as good some day!

  7. This is one of the first patterns that I have seen that is actually accurate! Thank you so much! I am making several Christmas scarves and this will knit up quick and beautiful, my friends will love this! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! 😉

  8. This is so awesome, thank you! If I wanted to make a scarf 10 inches wide finished, do you know how many stitches I should start with?

  9. Thank you. I love watching your tutorials. Please keep making them. I wish we all had sweet grandmothers like you! Great job! 😉

  10. Wow! I just love the way that looks. I thought with the larger yarn it gave the appearance of cables. with thinner yarn it was so lacy looking. You do marvelous work.

  11. Wow it's wonderful, I thank you for your tutorial, and your clear explication 😀😀😀👍🏻❤️❤️, I really love it

  12. on the 3rd row, second time around, she accidentally purls when she was supposed to knit … then she backed it up. Can you show a slow tutorial on how to reverse your stitches when you make a mistake? Unlike crochet, I have not found an easy way to fix a mistake like that unless I rip it all out and start over. I am fairly new to knitting, so any help would be greatly appreciated.

  13. would u teach us how to knit a piano scarf in shadow knitting? love ur work so much. thank u 😆😆😆😆😆

  14. Very nice stitch ….I am going to make this . You are very clear in giving instructions . Which we can follow easily .

  15. Did you ever make that blocking tutorial?? Awesome job on the tutorial too! It's gonna help a lot on my next project: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pretty-little-knickers-lace-lingerie-set—bralette-boyshort-and-camisole

  16. Absolutely love your easy to follow instructions. Thanks so much for taking the time to slowly show us how to create the stitch. I also adore how you talk to us throughout the process. You're a great teacher. Thanks so much for sharing.

  17. Hi, Joanne. Are you able to show a tutorial on "two-colour" horse-shoe lace knitting? I tried but it seems "impossible"… 🙂

  18. Hi Joanne, I just want to let you know much I appreciate your knitting tutorials, and I was wandering if you by any chance had a picture of the finished red vest you were working on in the video, and if you could share that with us?

  19. I loved the simple way you guided us along. It allowed me to see the pattern unfold right before my eyes as I knitted and followed along, but I wish you would direct us where to find the written directions on your website. I ended up following another written pattern but it is quite different from yours.

  20. Thank you for sharing your knitting skills with us . I enjoy watching and listening to your voice as you explain each step. Continue the great work !

  21. Hi, thank you so much for this video on your Horseshoe Lace Stitch.
    Q: I would love to add a boarder to this pattern; i am making a scarf. can you advise what stitch i should make the boarder out of that would look good w/this pattern. AND, i want to make this pattern wider than 21 stitches; maybe 31 stitches, how would the pattern change, if i add stitches. thank you

  22. Hi, if i add 6 rows of garter stitch (making a scarf) as you suggested will i need to add 6 stitches on both sides of each row also? thank you

  23. Ah so according to Elizabeth Lovick's paper, this is a Shetland horseshoe. Her paper is online and goes over 6 nationally traditional variations.

  24. Thank you very much for your MC. Would you please show us how we can finish this lace with wave, same like we have from the beginning?

  25. WOW!!!!! after 3 years and watching this video 10 or more times to try and get this one down, i still could not get it…..I wanted to make a sweater for a special person and still can't get the pattern, Anna Your Mom is still a fast knitter i am just a beginner and still watching this video……:O

  26. Ms. Joanne I Love Your Videos…..and you are fast i am still watching your videos from 2014 try to get a handle on them……lol…. LOVE YOU so Much!!!!

  27. Hi! I have tried the pattern with the exact instructions multiple times and from the very first row I am missing 1 stich to be able to close the pattern. I casted on 81 stitches but somehow I am missing the one to be able to k1 at the end my first row finishes with k3. This continues with the rest of then and for example I can´t p1 at the end of the 3th row either….I have to end with k1…..and so on. Anyone knows what am I doing wrong? I really love this pattern and I am struggling with this. Thank you.

  28. Joanna, thank you for the written instructions for this pattern! I'm going to try this stitch before trying to make something with it!

  29. How pretty! Thank you for your line by line tutorial; I am working on a crochet project right now but afterwards I will be taking on your pattern! Thank you!

  30. Hola! Justo acabo de ver un bonnet en etsy con esta puntada. No puedo comprar el patrón y lo quiero hacer a ojo, usando un patrón sencillo. El que tengo tiene de base 48 puntos. Para este que son múltiplos de 10, cuántos debo montar? Thank you very much, from Mexico City 😘☕🌙

  31. I am not good at following written instuctions, as a matter of fact, I have no clue what those abbreviations mean LOL
    so, I rather watch and knit

  32. Thankyou so much for teaching such a beautiful stich.I like all your videos.you are a wonderful person.Thanks

  33. Thanks for teaching us this very beautiful stitch. You’re a great teacher and you make it look so easy. I think I can do this with your help. 🙏🏻

  34. Thank you for the closed captions!💕 Beautiful stitch! You make me want to do lace. I’m practicing but I’m bad.

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