- A smoke ring or wimple is a tube which can be worn around the neck like a cowl or pulled up over the head and face on those really cold winter mornings. This design incorporates a scalloped edging which frames your face when it’s worn pulled up and a flared bottom border which allows the smoke ring to sit on your shoulders for additional warmth under a coat.
- This project is knit entirely in the round on a 16- or 24-inch circular needle. It is suitable for an adventurous beginner or intermediate knitter. Both written and charted instructions are included in the pattern. To complete the project you will need one, 2-ounce ball of Jagger Spun Zephyr. It’s a great one-skein wonder.
- The Lily of the Valley stitch pattern combines stockinette stitch and nupps. Nupps resemble flat bobbles and are worked by increasing into a stitch on one round and then knitting 5 stitches together on the next round.
- The finished smoke ring, after blocking, measures approximately 18 inches long and 24 inches in circumference.
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