The Totem Pole Lace Panel is a geometric pattern resembling the carved totems found in many indigenous cultures. The bold graphics incorporate columns of textured "V" shaped panels, similar to eagle's wings stacked atop each other.
The scallop pattern is a lace knitting stitch that creates a fabric with columns of shell motifs, stacked on each other. Similar to the Old Shale or Feather and Fan stitches, this pattern does not have the same ripple effect as those other stitches.
The Picot Dot Edge stitch is a beautiful lace border that can easily be added to the beginning of a project. It's consists of small shell like clusters of stitches with tiny eyelet holes between them. This simple yet delicate border is used from the bottom up, that is starting …
The eyelet lattice insertion is a lace panel with a lattice weave. It uses simple eyelets in a diamond pattern to create the criss cross design. This is meant to be a lace motif that is inserted into another project as an accent.
The openweave panel stitch is a lace pattern consisting of little eyelets, stacked in a column and creating a diamond motif. It's a classic openwork design that's perfect as an accent in many types of knitting projects.