Lyra Learning Group

We are a group of about 55 lace knitters from around the world, knitting Herbert Neibling's "Lyra". Thanks goes to Helen Eisler, owner of the Knitted Lace List, to which all Lyra knitters in this group belong. This blog is written, edited, and published by Rosemarie Buchanan, 8 year member of the Knitted Lace List. All images and text in this blog are protected by copyright laws. Permission must be sought, and given, to use anything from this blog.

Location: Vancouver Island, Canada

Monday, October 03, 2005

Lyra Needle/Thread/Shape Information

Greetings all Lyra Knitters! Here are the stats regarding our projects. As you can see, there is quite a variety of materials and needle sizes, which will produce Lyras as unique as the knitters!
Anita, square doily,#1,#20 Manuela, Copen blue.
Ann, tablecloth, #2, #10 Cebilia, Mocha Cream.
Barbie, round doily, 00, #30 Opera, white.
Becky, square doily, 0, tencel 2/10, white.
Beth, shawl, 3.25mm, Zephyr, plum.
Carissa, square doily, 2mm, #20 Opera, light beige.
Carol, square shawl, 3.5mm, Zephyr, mushroom.
Catherine, doily, 2.75mm, #40 cordonnet .
Cathlene, doily, 000, #30 cotton, white.
Christine, shawl, 0, Zephyr,suede.
Cynthia, doily, #1, Star Six Cord #20 cotton, ecru.
Deb, square tablecloth, Crystal Palace linen, rose.
Dee, round doily, 000, 00, DMC Cordonnet 100, white.
Diane, square doily, #1, #2, 10/2 cotton, yellow.
Eileen, tablecloth, #1, #20 Opera, ecru.
Elaine, round shawl, UK10&12, laceweight acrylic, very pale lilac.
Elizabeth, round tabletopper,#60 Oren cotton, white.
Emily, round doily, DMC Cebilia 20.
Esther, square tablecloth.
Gisela, shawl, 5 mm(US 8),Manos laceweight,handpainted.
Glynda, square doily, 0, #30 cotton.
Jacqueline, shawl, Zephyr, soft green.
Janet, round shawl,3mm, 3.5mm, Zephyr, garnet.
Jaya, shawl, #6, Silk City Kashmir(70%merino,15%cashmere,15%silk), Dawn Rose.


Anonymous Michelle said...

I LOVE this pattern and have been desperetly searching for a copy! Can anyone tell me where to find it. Thanks!!!

Wednesday, April 26, 2006 9:56:00 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As Michelle said, I too have always wanted to do this pattern. Could you post how to find a copy? Or is this one of those things that are out of print and unattainable? I found this blog after a mention on the "other" lace list and am just blown away by the beautiful work.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006 8:38:00 p.m.  

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