Large doily
© Anders Andersen

STOR RUND DUG

This is a translation of a lace knitting pattern in Danish found at http://www.kunststrik.dk/storrund.htm

ABBREVIATIONS:

K = knit
K2TOG = knit 2 together
SKP = slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitches over
SK2P = slip 1, knit 2 together, pass slipped stitch over
YO = yarn over
()x = knit text in brackets as many times as indicated after the "x"
[]x = repeat enclosed instructions as many times as indicated after the "x"
*-* = repeat enclosed instructions till end of round.

All rows not mentioned are knit plain.

Cast on 6 stitches, and distribute them on 3 needles, 2 stitches on each.

Knit in rounds, marking the start of the round with a coloured loop of thread.

Change to a circular needle when needed.

Row 1: K

Row 2: (K1, YO)x6

Row 6: (K1, YO)x12

Row 10: (K1, YO)x24

Row 15: (K1, YO)x48

Row 22: (K7, YO, K1, YO)x12

Row 24: (SKP, K3, K2TOG, YO, K3, YO)x12

Row 26: (SKP, K1, K2TOG, YO, K2TOG, YO, K1, YO, SKP, YO)x12

Row 28: (SK2P, YO, K2TOG, YO, K3, YO, SKP, YO)x12

Row 30: (K2, YO, SKP, YO, SK2P, YO, K2TOG, YO, K1)x12

Row 32: (K3, YO, SKP, K1, K2TOG, YO, K2)x12

Row 34: (K4, YO, SK2P, YO, K3)x12

Row 36: (K1, YO)x4, [SK2P, (YO, K1)x7, YO]x11, SK2P, (YO, K1)x3, YO

Row 38: K7, (SK2P, K13)x11, SK2P, K6

Row 39: K6, (SK2P, K11)x11, SK2P, K5

Row 40: (K1, YO)x5, [SK2P, (YO, K1)x9, YO]x11, SK2P, (YO, K1)x4, YO

Row 41: K9, (SK2P, K17)x11, SK2P, K8

Row 42: K8, (SK2P, K15)x11, SK2P, K7

Row 43: K7, (SK2P, K13)x11, SK2P, K6

Row 44: (K1, YO)x6, [SK2P, (YO, K1)x11, YO]x11, SK2P, (YO, K1)x5, YO

Row 45: K11, (SK2P, K21)x11, SK2P, K10

Row 46: K10, (SK2P, K19)x11, SK2P, K9

Row 47: K9, (SK2P, K17)x11, SK2P, K8

Row 48: K8, (SK2P, K15)x11, SK2P, K7

Row 49: (K1, YO)x7, [SK2P, (YO, K1)x13, YO]x11, SK2P, (YO, K1)x6, YO

Row 50: K13, (SK2P, K25)x11, SK2P, K12

Row 51: K12, (SK2P, K23)x11, SK2P, K11

Row 52: K11, (SK2P, K21)x11, SK2P, K10

Row 53: K10, (SK2P, K19)x11, SK2P, K9

Row 54: (K1, YO, SKP, K5, K2TOG, YO)x24

Row 56: (K2, YO, SKP, K3, K2TOG, YO, K1)x24

Row 58: (K1, YO, SKP, YO, SKP, K1, K2TOG, YO, K2TOG, YO)x24

Row 60: (K2, YO, SKP, YO, SK2P, YO, K2TOG, YO, K1)x24

Row 62: [K1, (K2TOG, YO)x2, K1, (YO, SKP)x2]x24

Row 63: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 64: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, YO, K2TOG, YO, K3, YO, SKP, YO)x24

Row 66: (K1, K2TOG, YO, K5, YO, SKP)x24

Row 67: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 68: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, YO, K7, YO)x24

Row 69: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 70: Move marker to show start of new round: [SK2P, (YO, K1)x7, YO]x24

Row 71: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 72: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K13)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 73: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K11)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 74: Move marker to show start of new round: [SK2P, (YO, K1)x9), YO]x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 75: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K17)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 76: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K15)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 77: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K13)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 78: Move marker to show start of new round: [SK2P, (YO, K1)x11), YO]x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 79: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K21)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 80: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K19)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 81: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K17)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 82: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K15)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 83: Move marker to show start of new round: [SK2P, (YO, K1)x13), YO]x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 84: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K25)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 85: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K23)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 86: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K21)x24, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 87: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, K19)x24

Row 88: (K1, YO, SKP, K5, K2TOG, YO)x48

Row 90: (K2, YO, SKP, K3, K2TOG, YO, K1)x48

Row 92: [K1, (YO, SKP)x2, K1, (K2TOG, YO)x2]x48

Row 94:(K2, YO, SKP, YO, SK2P, YO, K2TOG, YO, K1)x48

Row 96: [K1, (K2TOG, YO)x2, K1, (YO, SKP)x2]x48

Row 97: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 98: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, YO, K2TOG, YO, K3, YO, SKP, YO)x48

Row 100: (K1, K2TOG, YO, K5, YO, SKP)x48

Row 101: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 102: Move marker to show start of new round: (SK2P, YO, K7, YO)x48

Row 103: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 104: Move marker to show start of new round: [SK2P, (YO, K1)x7, YO]x48

Row 105: K, but do NOT knit the last stitch in round. New round starts here.

Row 106: Like row 72, but with 48 repeats.

Row 107-123: Like row 73-89, but with 48 repeats.

Row 124-127: Like row 90-93 but with 96 repeats instad of 48, and do NOT knit the last stitch of row 127. New round starts here.

Row 128: (SK2P, YO, K2TOG, YO, SK2P, YO, SKP, YO)x96

ROW 129: K


Finish with a round of crocheted loops. Where crochet terms differ, UK/US.

Miss/skip first 3 stitches in round, *chain 8, 3 stitches together with a double/single crochet, chain 8, 5 stitches together with a dc/sc*

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