Celtic Knotwork for CrossStitch - Runner Tablecloth or Bench Cushion - "Devnet I" view B
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Devnet I View B
Pattern for a 6-ribbon interlaced "Celtic Knotwork" band, drafted as a table runner. Includes instructions and extra segments for lengthening. Easily adaptable to a square tablecloth by using the corner and longest side 4 times.
Also contains 'bonus' page of two ends, for using a single band of interlace.
The pattern prints on 2 sheets of 8-1/2x11" (or size A4) paper; trim or fold one page and tape or paste to the other on the indicated line. The center line is marked; rotate the pattern and stitch both ends starting from the center, or print 2 of each page to see the whole pattern all at once. Patterns are hand-drafted and transferred to a computer program for neatness. The designs are shown both with and without a pale-gray background grid to indicate each individual stitch, and I include marked, color-cued basting lines for aid in counting stitches.
SAMPLE PATTERN: The second picture is a free sample pattern. If you'd like to see how my format works for you before you purchase anything, right-click and print or save it to your computer.
Outside Dimensions: View B: 112 x 252 stitches. The 'band' is a total of 31 stitches wide, woven of six 'ribbons,' each 3 stitches wide. NOTE: This is the same design as "Devnet II view B" (also available from my store here), only drafted on a smaller scale; the individual ribbons for "Devnet v.2" are 4 stitches wide, for a total band width of 43 stitches. The corners and interlace segments for Devnet I can be interchanged between views, but will not interchange with the corners and segments from Devnet II.
Note on the name: The pattern names don't have anything to do with the design. This series will eventually run to a dozen or so patterns, and I need a way to easily tell which one a customer is talking about, so I chose "Devnet" from a list of Irish- and Scots-Gaelic names people had given their dogs and cats.
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