Lodi Ridge - by Aimee Alexander
"I needed a very simple, repetitive, and intuitive project to work on, and Lodi Ridge was just that. I uses 2 skeins of fingering weight, I used Iron Horse as it drapes wonderfully with its silk, and is a joy to make". - Aimee Alexander
Lodi Ridge is worked seamlessly in the round. Instructions for the basic lace section are written out line by line, and all measurements are given in metric and Imperial for personal preference.
Yarn: Fingering weight. Shown in PDS Iron Horse
Color A (Grouse—warm brown): 325 yd. / 300 m
Color B (Bitterroot—soft rose): 350 yd. / 320 m
Needles: US 4 / 3.5 mm
Notions: Stitch marker, tapestry needle
24 stitches and 36 rows to 4” / 10 cm in Stockinette stitch.
Obtaining gauge is not critical for this project, but yardage requirements may vary with gauge changes.
26” / 66 cm circumference
22” / 53.5 cm length
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I really like this pattern. It’s easy to knit and keep track of. I’m only comment is to maybe add in the directions for a jogless stripe for the first set of stripes. I haven’t yet gotten to the skinny stripes or the ridged stripes so I don’t know if it will work there. But I’ll try and see how it goes. Otherwise great pattern!