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February 16, 2006

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Neckline Finish...2 color..looks somewhat crochet-like

Demonstrated by Gladys Goodey Feb 16, 2005


This neckline finish makes a nice change instead of a ribbed neck edge.

METHOD:

Join one shoulder.

Hang your neckline on an appropriate number of needles for the size of your neckline with the wrong side facing you. (Hold up the neck edge to the machine and note the number of needles wide that it is...don't stretch it, but remember that it must fit over your head.)


RC000 COL, Main tension minus 1 whole number...Knit 1 row from Left to Right with Main Color

RC001 Contrast Color, Main Tension Minus 2 whole numbers...Knit 5 rows

RC006 Pick up first row in contrast color, bring all needles forward, knit one row in contrast color in main tension plus 1 whole number.
(At this point, if you wish a wider band, repeat in another color as desired for wider band the above 6 rows)

RC007 Change to Main color. Bring all needles except the last 3 on the right to E position.
Put carriage into HOLD position. Tension Main tension Minus l whole number. ** Knit 6 rows on these 3 stitches.

RC013 With 3 prong transfer tool, move these 3 stitches onto the next 3 needles to the left and push the empty needles back out of work.**

RC019 Repeat from ** to ** to end of neck edge.