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Eyelet Row Knitting Pattern – Connect the Dots – Great Beginner Project!

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This eyelet row knitting pattern is great for beginners. Connect the Dots is just the right size for tweens to adults.

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Of course, you can always use more or less yarn to make it bigger or smaller to suit your needs. The shawl features stripes of about 1.5 inches of garter stitch and then a row of eyelets. Connect the Dots is a great way to conquer your first eyelet row knitting pattern.

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Connect the Dots

Knit Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

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Size
20″ x 36″

Yarn
Size 4 (worsted weight) yarn, (yds/g = 2.0 – 2.5) approximately 600 yds needed for same size as sample
*Good Yarn Sugestion*
Lion Brand Yarn Cobblestone: (100% acrylic), Size 4 (worsted weight), 219 yds / 100 g (yds/g = 2.19)
3 skeins

Needles
5.0 mm (US 8) 24” or longer circulars

Gauge: Learn about gauge HERE
18 sts x 38 rows = 4” [10 cm] in garter stitch

Other supplies
yarn needle
3 stitch markers

Stitches and Abbreviations: click on highlighted sts for tutorials
bo – bind off
co – cast on
k – knit
k2tog – knit 2 together
pm – place marker
sm – slip marker
st(s) – stitch(es)
yo – yarn over
( ) – work step in parentheses in indicated stitch
[ ] – work step in brackets number of times indicated

Getting Started
  • Read through all instructions before beginning
  • Row counts are at the end of each Row after the period, if the count has changed from the previous Row. {count here}
  • In order to make the shawl longer or shorter, increase or decrease the number of times Rows 21-40 are repeated. Keep in mind that this will change the amount of yarn used.

Pattern

CO 10

Row 1: K1, yo, [k2, yo, pm] 3 times, k3. {14 sts}
Row 2: K1, yo, [k to marker, yo, sm] 3 times, k to end. {18 sts}
Rows 3&4: K to end, slipping markers as they are reached.
Rows 5&6: Repeat Row 2. {26 sts}
Rows 7-18: Repeat Rows 3-6 three more times. {50 sts}
Row 19: K1, [(k2tog, yo) to marker, sm] 3 times, (k2tog, yo) until 1 st remains, k1.
Row 20: Repeat Row 3.

Rows 21&22: Repeat Row 2. {58 sts}
Rows 23&24: Repeat Row 3.
Row 25&26: Repeat Row 2. {66 sts}
Rows 26-38: Repeat Rows 23-26 three more times. {90 sts}
Row 39: Repeat Row 19.
Row 40: Repeat Row 3.
Rows 41-160: Repeat Rows 21-40 six times.
Rows 161-165: Repeat Rows 21-25 one more time.
Bind off knit wise, then weave in all ends.

Wear or give and enjoy!

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11 thoughts on “Eyelet Row Knitting Pattern – Connect the Dots – Great Beginner Project!”

  1. Very nice shawl, and a very nice modest dress. Where did you get your dress or the pattern for the dress. Thanks so much.

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    • It’s actually my mom in the photo (and my daughter is the child in some of the photos). The photos were taken while we were at a medieval event, so they are wearing medieval costumes. I made them. 🙂

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  2. I noticed in the pattern that stitch markers are required, but they are not on the materials list, do you know how many and what type are needed, please?

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