Smoke Ring with Lace Edging

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo HeartStrings #A45 Smoke Ring with Lace Edging Link to website or photo www.heartstringsfiberarts.com/a45.shtm What are you most proud of? Simple lace stitch patterns give this form of cowl/wimple a dressy, upscale look without a lot of fuss. The smoke ring is begun with a strip of lace edging, then stitches are picked up and knit in the round in another lace stitch pattern. A decorative bind off completes the smoke ring knitted tube. What advice would you give someone starting this project? The pattern has instructions for 2 sizes - 22" [24"] circumference and 18" length, 300 [325] yards laceweight or fingering weight yarn, 5 stitches/inch, size US 6 / 4.0 mm needles suggested. Written stitch instructions.

What you will need

  • Shown in in Hunt Valley Cashmere 2-ply yarn. To make your own Smoke Ring with Lace Edging
  • yarns in qiviut
  • cashmere

Q&A with JackieES

marlise43 asked:
How is the decorative edging done for this Smoke Ring? Is the Foundation Row of yo, k1 done all the way around, then do Rows 1 & 2, or is the Foundation yo, k1 done one time, then start Rows 1 & 2? Thanks for your help. Marlise Harlow marliseh@yahoo.com
JackieES answered:
Rows are done back and forth (rounds would be done all the way around). So, the Foundation Row, as well as Rows 1 & 2 are all done back and forth. The "yo, k1" of the Foundation Row is only worked once. On any row of the Decorative Bind Off Edging, you will be working no more than 2 stitches in a row. There is an article about the edging for this Smoke Ring at the KnitHeartStrings site here - http://www.knitheartstrings.com/bit-size-tutorials/dont-overthink-it-narrow-attached-edging-bind-off.php

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