Lace flowers

My local fabric store is shutting down its yarn section and everything is half off. So I have a lot of new yarn, and I’ve been working on a summer-appropriate project – a lacy camisole. The lace is a variation on an Estonian flower. My flowers are made of seven stitches – three in the middle and two on each side, because the full size version was too large in this yarn. I made the center petal a row shorter to balance out the narrower base, and I moved the decreases around since I was only doing one repeat. So I may put up a chart when the top is done. But for now, I recommend the Twosheep pattern if you need more lace flowers in your life. Which I think you do.

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