Lace for Arlette: jours en angle IV de ‹‹mon tricot 1100 points et conseils››

 

Thanks to a request for teaching this stitch, I learned how to translate a French pattern into symbols.  When you see the written French directions, you'll understand why this was no simple endeavor.

 

Credit to AnnieBee Knits for her "Charting knitting patterns in Excel" article, and the link to Aire River’s free Knit Symbol font for making all of this possible.

 

Jours en angle (IV) from mon tricot 1100 points et conseils: aiguilles et crochet, Paris 1977, pg. 65.

 

N. de m. div. par 12, plus lis.

R. 1: *3 m. end., 1 jeté, 1 surg. sple, 2 m. end., 2 m. ens. end., 1 jeté, 1 surj. sple, *.

R. 2 et ts les rgs pairs: à l’envers.

R. 3: *1 m. end., 2 m. end. à l’end., 1 jeté, 1 m. end., 1 jeté, 1 surj. sple, 1 m. end., 2 m., ens. à l’end., 1 jeté, 1 m. end., 1 jeté sple, *.

R. 5: *2 m. ens. à l’end., 1 jeté, 3 m. end., 1 jeté, 1 surj. sple, 2 m. ens. à l’end., 1 jeté, 1 m. end., 1 jeté, 1 m. end., 1 jeté, 1 surj. sple., *.

 

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