Niebling Table Cloth

Applew's picture

I made this out of Tencel on a 3 US Needle

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Applew's picture

The Tencel used in the Table

The Tencel used in the Table Cloth was 10/2. The Tencel used in the small Star Doily was 20/2 using a 0 US needle.
"Time is of no essence when knitting an Heirloom"

MMario's picture

I wish I had the patience to

I wish I had the patience to do lace on smaller needles - What weight tencel was it?

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!

Applew's picture

Knit in the round. One has

Knit in the round. One has the option to make it square or rectangle. For the latter put two sides on hold needles and continue to knit the two ends. After that you can knit the boarder on.

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The pattern is from Burda

The pattern is from Burda #198 German Magazine. Designed by Herbert Neibling. I am a big fan of his designs, but they are hard to come by. I did make a couple of minor changes, such as knit the border on after the square was done. The yarn was 10/2 Tencel, cheap stuff 4.200 yds for $20.00. Thanks for your inquiry TomH.

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Oh, so it's a square table

Oh, so it's a square table cloth? Did you knit it as one piece in the round?

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Beautiful. What's the

Beautiful. What's the pattern?