No-Cook or Other
Stormy's StoryThis is done on the type of material that laundry bags are made of then you just follow the pattern and tie the ends.
Am working on hand writing the pages of instructions and will attach the actual pattern soon (having trouble with scanner so will up load pattern pages then.)
large piece of the material (like laundry bags are made of with small round holes)
skeins light green
skein dark green
1You just follow the pattern weaving the yarn in and out. Then tie the edges as frindge
2General instructions NOTE: Lace consists of holes and meshes. (each solid area between the holes is a mesh)
3To prepare lace for weaving:
Trim top and bottom of afghan so it is even. Flod ends of lace back so that 420 holres and meshes are across top and 465 holes and meshes are a long side.
Stitch through mesh at edge as in fig 1 to insure holes are aligned
Afghan is made by weaving precut single strands of yarn through the holes going across the quilt in a row.
Cut yarn in 60 inch (152 cm) pieces
Cut 60 pieces of tan (Color 1)
cut 165 pieces of peach (Color 2)
cut 50 pieces of Rust (Color 3)
cut 132 pieces of lt green (Color 4)
Cut 58 pieces of dk green (color 5)
4Weaving instructions: The weaving process will draw up the lace so the finished afghan will be slightly smaller than the lace.
Tension is very important. Do not pull too tight or your afghan will not lie flat. Always hold previous stitches, the ones before the row you are on, so they can't be pulled.
5To begin the weaving:
When you can see the symbol on the graft, the yarn is on top of the lace. When you can't the yarn is underneath the lace.
Row 1 Thread needle with a piece of yarn Color 1. follow the first row of graft leaving a 2 inch tail bringing the yarn over first hole and down through second hole, up through third and down through the next continue across the row.
Row 2 Color 1)down through first row and up through second (opposite of row 1.
Rows 3-5 are the same. color 3)
6Row 6 -10 (5th color)
Row 6 skip 1 holes then go under3rd hole and up next 4th hole. Skip 2 holes go under 3rd and up next4th hole. continue skipping and adding one stitch across the row
Row 7 Go under at 3rd hole skip 1 hole and go up at second hole. skip 1 hole and go up through next hole skip a hole and down the next hole. continue across the row.
Row 8 Go down at third hole and up at next hole cover two holes and down at thrird hole. continue across the row.
row 9 same as row 7
Row 10 same as row 6
Next 6 rows same as rows 1-5. including colors
8Rows 18 -50 (2nd color)
row 18 go under at forth hole up in next hole skip a hole and go down go up in next hole. continue across skip over a hole on top go down and come back up at next hole.
Row 19 Skip 2 holes and go down come back up at next hole skip 1 hole on top and go down come back up at next hole. Skip 2 holes on top and go down come back up at next hole. (Then go under and back up skip a hole on top and go back under and back up in next hole. do this 4 times. come back up and repeat from start of row 19 across the afghan.
9Row 20 Skip 2 go down 1 up the next hole, skip 1 and down next hole, skip 3 and down the next hole and up next hole, skip 1 and down the next hole and up next hole (repeat the skip three then skip 1 on the over stitches across the line)
Row 21 Skip one holethen down and up next hole (do that 5 times) then skip 2 holes and down then repeat the entire row across from beginning.
Row 22 skip 1 go down and up next hole do that 3 times then skip a hole while under. Then repeat part the go down and up next hole and skip one and go down bext hole (Do that 5 times) then start from beginning of row and repeat the entire thing across the row.
Row 23- down first hole up next hole skip 1 go under and up next hole, skip 1 hole go under and up next hole, go down next hole and up next hole. Then repeat from start of row across row.
Row 24 - 50 a repeat of row18 to 23
10Then repeat row 1 -17 in colors above .
11Then repeat rows 18-50 in 4th color.
Then repeat from beginning until you are done with afghan size
12I asked about this kit and this is the reply I recieved for those interested
Thank you for your email and inquiry. We are sorry but we do not have the kit # 6985 weave-it afghan, however, we still have the pattern available. The cost of the pattern is $4.00 and $2.00 for shipping and handling. If you would like just the pattern please call our customer service and we will be happy to process that order.
Mary Maxim INC