LOOM KNIT WEDDING RING HANDKERCHIEF

Here is a loom knit lace handkerchief pattern that I've been testing out for awhile. I was trying to finish it before my daughters wedding last August, wanting her to have a keepsake. I thought I would share it now for those who have upcoming weddings.

My first attempt using pima cotton turned out too thick but it is a wonderful doily. For this version, I used silk. I'll admit, this one is very lacy and is more useful to dab tears then use as a true handkerchief. I do love how lacy it is and I think it gives it an old fashioned heirloom look. I think it will be a nice keepsake for the bride and could later be used as a doily in her home or turned into a baby bonnet for a christening.

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The handkerchief has a wedding ring in the center!
The stitch key/glossary is at the end of this pattern.

Level:  Intermediate
Finished Dimensions:  11-1/2" x 11-1/2" after blocking.
Designer: Nicole F. Cox

Supplies
  • Loom:  KB all in one loom
  • Knitting Tool
  • Crochet hook
  • Yarn:  100% Silk, Lace weight, any brand. Color: Ivory or white. (less than 1 cone)
Pattern
Foundation row:  Chain Cast on 38 pegs with 2 strands silk.

Row 1: Sk1, k37.
Row 2: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] 12 times, k.
Row 3: Sk1, k37.
Row 4: Sk1, k 37 times.
Row 5: Sk1, p37.
Rows 6-9: Repeat rows 2-5.
Row 10: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] 12 times, k.
Row 11: Sk1, k37.
Row 12: Sk1, k 6 times, p 24 times, k 7 times.
Row 13: Sk1, p6, k24, p7.
Row 14: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, p 24 times, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Row 15: Sk1, k37.
Row 16: Sk1, k 6 times, p 9 times, ew-k2tog 3 times, p 9 times, k 7 times.
Row 17: Sk1, p6, k1, [k6, ew-k2tog] twice, k7, p7.
Row 18: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, [p 6 times, ew-k2tog, p 3 times] twice, p twice, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Row 19: Sk1, k2, [k9, ew-k2tog] twice, k13.
Row 20: Sk1, k 6 times, p 4 times, ew-k2tog, p 12 times, ew-k2tog, p 4 times, k 7 times.
Row 21: Sk1, p6, k4, ew-k2tog, k12, ew-k2tog, k4, p7.
Row 22: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, p 4 times, ew-k2tog, p 12 times, ew-k2tog, p 4 times, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Row 23: Sk1, [k10, ew-k2tog, k2] twice, k9.
Row 24: Sk1, k 6 times, p 4 times, ew-k2tog, p 12 times, ew-k2tog, p 4 times, k 7 times.
Row 25: Sk1, p6, k4, ew-k2tog, k12, ew-k2tog, k4, p7.
Row 26: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, p 4 times, ew-k2tog, p 12 times, ew-k2tog, p 4 times, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Row 27: Sk1, [k9, ew-k2tog, k5] twice, k5.
Row 28: Sk1, k 6 times, p 3 times, ew-k2tog, p 14 times, ew-k2tog, p 3 times, k 7 times.
Row 29: Sk1, p6, k3, ew-k2tog, k14, ew-k2tog, k3, p7.
Row 30: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, p 3 times, ew-k2tog, p 14 times, ew-k2tog, p 3 times, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Rows 31-34: Repeat rows 27-30.
Row 35: Sk1, [k9, ew-k2tog, k5] twice, k5.
Row 36: Sk1, k 6 times, p 4 times, ew-k2tog, p 12 times, ew-k2tog, p 4 times, k 7 times.
Row 37: Sk1, p6, k4, ew-k2tog, k12, ew-k2tog, k4, p7.
Row 38: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, p 4 times, ew-k2tog, p 12 times, ew-k2tog, p 4 times, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Row 39: Sk1, [k10, ew-k2tog, k2] twice, k9.
Row 40: Sk1, k 6 times, p 4 times, ew-k2tog, p 12 times, ew-k2tog, p 4 times, k 7 times.
Row 41: Sk1, p6, [k5, ew-k2tog, k5] twice, p7.
Row 42: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, [p 5 times, ew-k2tog, p 5 times] twice, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Row 43: Sk1, k1, [k10, ew-k2tog] twice, k12.
Row 44: Sk1, k 6 times, p, [p 6 times, ew-k2tog] twice, p 7 times, k 7 times.
Row 45: Sk1, p6, k1, [k6, ew-k2tog] twice, k7, p7.
Row 46: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, p 4 times, [p 4 times, ew-k2tog] twice, p 7 times, [p, yo-k2tog] twice, k twice.
Row 47: Sk1, k15, ew-k2tog 3 times, k16.
Row 48: Sk1, k 6 times, p 24 times, k 7 times.
Row 49: Sk1, p6, k24, p7.
Row 50: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, p 24 times, [yo-k2tog, k] twice, k.
Row 51: Sk1, k37.
Row 52: Sk1, k 6 times, p 24 times, k 7 times.
Row 53: Sk1, p6, k24, p7.
Row 54: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] 12 times, k.
Row 55: Sk1, k37.
Row 56: Sk1, k 37 times.
Row 57: Sk1, p37.
Rows 58-61: Repeat rows 54-57.
Row 62: Sk1, [yo-k2tog, k] 12 times, k.
Row 63: Sk1, k37.
Bind Off:  Chain One Bind off all pegs.
Finish:  Weave in ends and Block handkerchief.






Stitch Glossary

k
Regular knit stitch:  Lay working yarn above existing loop on peg. Reach up through bottom loop grabbing working yarn and forming a new loop; pull yarn off of peg and put newly formed loop back on peg. Opposite of purl stitch.

ew-k2tog
E-wrap, knit 2 together. Takes place over 2 pegs. Move the stitch from peg 1 to peg 2. Now e-wrap peg 1 (do not knit). Knit both loops on peg 2 (as one).

p

Purl. Push existing loop on peg to the top of peg; lay working yarn below top loop; Reach through top loop grabbing working yarn and forming a new loop; pull yarn off of peg and place newly formed loop back on peg.

sk1
Skip 1. Take working yarn behind peg (skipping this peg) and move on to the next peg.

yo-k2tog
Yarn over, Knit 2 together. Takes place over 2 pegs. Move the stitch on peg 1 to peg 2. Lay your working yarn over peg 1. Knit loops on peg 2 as one.

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