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- Scarves and Cowls
Silk Smoke is a versatile accessory you can wear laid on your shoulders as a dressy cowl neckline, or pulled over your head as a wimple.
This smoke ring is knitted circularly to make a seamless tube. Although the lace pattern looks complicated, the spectacular results are accomplished with a stitch sequence that is repetitive and relatively easy.
There are no special knitting techniques needed to make the fluted scallop edge — the shaping occurs naturally as a result of the bias structure of the lace pattern stitch.
Although smoke rings seem to be more traditionally made in subdued natural or grayed-down colors, I chose a fiery red for the published pattern model. After all, where there is smoke there is fire!
Sized for Small[Medium,Large]. Planned finished measurements: Circumference - 22 ¼ [24, 25 ¾]"; Length - 17 [18, 19]";. Allow 525 [600, 680] yards of lace or fingering weight yarn. Both charted and written stitch instructions are included. First published in KnitNet Summer 2006 edition.