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This one is called "Eye of the Lynx." An entire garment knitted from this stitch would mostly be for folks who like weird sweaters, dresses, skirts, etc. I can only imagine this stitch as a trim for a Halloween-themed sweater, or perhaps a headband or a hat. What use can you folks think up for this particular stitch?
 

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Micromegas said:
This one is called "Eye of the Lynx." An entire garment knitted from this stitch would mostly be for folks who like weird sweaters, dresses, skirts, etc. I can only imagine this stitch as a trim for a Halloween-themed sweater, or perhaps a headband or a hat. What use can you folks think up for this particular stitch?
it would be neat at halloween with glowing eyes in the open space. or pretty for a lighter weight with sequins or beads.
 

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I think a beautiful lined bag with maybe a bead placed in the "holes". Or even a sweater. I think it is a very nice pattern and would love to know how it is done. I could use it for several different things that I can name without even thinking about it. Could you lead me to it or is it yours?
 

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Since this stitch appears in two stitch dictionaries, it's probably in public domain -- unless the Vogue book uses copyrights purchased from Mon Tricot. So I'm unsure whether it'd be safe to post the stitch pattern or not.
 

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Micromegas said:
This one is called "Eye of the Lynx." An entire garment knitted from this stitch would mostly be for folks who like weird sweaters, dresses, skirts, etc. I can only imagine this stitch as a trim for a Halloween-themed sweater, or perhaps a headband or a hat. What use can you folks think up for this particular stitch?
I like it. It would make a nice fall sweater if worn with a cammy.
 

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It is quite unique; at least to me. I can see it as a scarf or if it is done in black as cape. Goths would love it. If I can find the pattern I might try to make it myself.
 
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