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Marianne's Romantic Bookmark

A lovely bookmark worked in knitted lace makes a great adornment for any piece of literature.
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I was inspired to design this bookmark thinking about Marianne Dashwood and John Willoughby reciting Sonnet 116 to each other in the 1995 film version of Sense and Sensibility. The edging is meant to look like the waves of the tempest, yet the arrows point in one direction as in “never shaken,” love is “an ever-fixed mark.” This fairly simple lace pattern uses many of the basic lace stitches and includes beading, making it the perfect introduction to lace knitting or beaded lace.


SKU: EP6273

Author/Speaker/Editor: Carolyn Mills

Format: eProject

Details
Finished Size: About 3" wide and 24 1/2" long.
Yarn:
KnitPicks Shadow Lace (100% Merino; 440 yd [402 m]/50 g): #23657 vineyard heather, 1 skein. Distributed by Crafts Americana.
Yarn Weight:
#1 - Super Fine
Needles:
Size 3 (3.25 mm): straight and 2 double-pointed (dpn) for I-cord.
Notions:
Tapestry needle; beading needle; 105 (about 10 g) Size 10° glass seed beads; one 1" button.
Gauge:
22 sts = 3" and 39 rows = 4" in Lace chart.
Originally Published:
Jane Austen Knits Summer 2012

SKU: EP6273

Author/Speaker/Editor: Carolyn Mills

Format: eProject