This is a reproduction of a Roman unicursal maze (maze without branches). Click here for more maze patterns. Click here for more on mazes.
Bobbins: 14 pairs and 9 gimps
cloth stitch and twist
Torchon ground (grey)
twisted footside (grey)
how to finish
Follow the links above for explanation of how to work the different parts of the lace. This is a square mat.
This start is horizontal (because of the gimps), so two pairs starts at each pin, and one at the edge.
Click here for how to finish an edge.
This pattern uses gimps to show the paths of the maze. This needs a lot of gimps! There is also a lot of starting and finishing gimps. Click here for a description of gimps, including starting and finishing. The diagram below shows where the gimps have to start and finish. Most of the gimps can be hung as pairs. One gimp at the start is alone, and so must be hung using a skip knot.
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