Life Cycle by Laura Nelkin

Life Cycle

March 2013
Lace ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch, blocked
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1240 - 2000 yards (1134 - 1829 m)
Baby Blanket(Fingering Weight Yarn)- 37 inches square, Shawl (Lace Weight)- 45 inches square
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This pattern is available when you sign up for my Craftsy Class Lace from the Inside Out and as a stand alone pattern.

With the Life Cycle pattern, you will embark on a journey into working a square of heirloom lace. Worked from the center out, Life Cycle can be made either with fingering-weight yarn for a baby blanket, or with lace-weight yarn for a shawl. The square is worked with a succession of stitches that introduce new lace techniques as you knit. The shawl version contains one more section than the baby blanket to ensure a large enough wrap. Finally, an edging is worked all the way around the square, finishing it off with a flourish.

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