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Peter Pan & Lace Collar

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Peter Pan & Lace Collar
Peter Pan & Lace Collar
Peter Pan & Lace Collar
Peter Pan & Lace Collar
Peter Pan & Lace Collar
Peter Pan & Lace Collar

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • For the Peter Pan Collar you should know how to: Cast on, bind off, knit and work short rows.
  • For the Lace Collar you should know how to: cast on, bind off, knit, purl, knit 2 together and do yarn overs.

Pattern Description:

This is a collection of two cute and fast collar patterns knit in fingering weight yarn.

The Peter Pan Collar is a cute way to give an old sweater a new and quirky look. It's knit flat in one piece and shaped with short rows. Garter stitch prevents any rolling and hides uneven short row pick ups if you are new to this technique.

The Lace Collar is not only sweet and detachable, it is also made exactly to the circumference you want. The lace collar is knit sideways exactly to your measurements in two pieces and then joined at the center back.


Peter Pan Collar: 22 sts x 50 rows = 10 cm (4) square in garter stitch

Lace Collar: Gauge is not crucial for this pattern as it is worked to your measurements.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Peter Pan Collar: 40(42.5,45,47.5,50)cm/ 15.75(16.75,17.75,18.75,19.75) circumference; 3 to 4.5cm/1.2 to 1.75 deep.
  • Lace Collar: circumference made to measure; approx. 4 to 6cm/1.6 to 2.4 deep.


  • Needles: 3mm (US-Size 2.5).
  • Yarn: approx. 33 to 50m/38 to 55yds. of fingering weight yarn.

You Will Also Need:

  • Notions Peter Pan Collar: sewing needle and thread, safety pins or ribbon to attach the collar, tapestry needle to weave in ends, pins for blocking.
  • Notions Lace Collar: stitch holder, 80cm/30 satin ribbon (3mm/1/8in wide), tapestry needle to weave in ends, pins for blocking.

Suggested yarn:

55 yards of Fingering weight

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I learned knitting, crochet and sewing from my mum when I was young. I kept on going from there and soon invented my own projects. From making up my own patterns to writing them down and grading them ...

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