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Emily Explains: Reaching the End of Your Shawl, Chock

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For those of you who are participating in the Chock knit-along, you are doing great! I hope you are enjoying your knitting. I know being in the middle of a project can be both exhilarating and exhausting. Don’t give up my strong knitters! The end is near. Some of you who have reached the point where you bind off have written to the design team with some great questions, a few asking us to explain how the top edging is made.

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By casting on 10 extra stitches the pattern has you knitting a lace edge into the stitches that you have on your needle. By following rows 1-6 of the lace pattern you will slowly start to see the lace edge form!

Follow along as I demonstrate in the video below.

I hope this helps!

Happy Knitting!

Emily

 

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Christine #

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    August 20, 2014
    • emilyoneil #

      : ) Yay I am happy it helped!

      August 20, 2014

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