Rings of Change
Rings of Change is a very versatile pattern that can be made in any size up to 95”/241cm using a light worsted weight or even up to 138”/350cm in thicker worsted weight
You can stop on any row of your choosing to make this any size that you want and have any one of countless styles of border that you will encounter while making your project.
This pattern uses 33 different stitches and stitch patterns with no pattern repeating once it has been used once.
Stitches used: sl st, sc, hdc, dc, edc, tr, dtr, dc cluster, v stitch, fpdc, fphdc, fptr, sc inc, hdc inc, tr inc, sc2tog, sc3tog, hdc2tog, dc2tog, dc3tog, dc5tog, edc3tog, tr3tog, tr6tog, crocodile stitch, cluster v stitch, cross stitch, star stitch, puff stitch, popcorn stitch, picot. Special stitch instructions are included for the less common stitches.
My Rings of Gold project page has photos of many of the different borders you can have and the different sizes each 315yd/288m skein will do along with the row number and measurement.
About 90% of the 111 rows in this pattern are different. If you love it when a pattern changes stitch patterns you will love this pattern. It is great exercise for your mind and looks great in single and multiple colors.
The hook size for your yarn weight is determined in the first 4 rows of the pattern. If the piece will not lay flat, go up a hook size until it does lay flat.
Please feel free to post in my group Made of Change or PM me if you have any questions. I will be happy to help.
10-8-14 Corrected dc stitch count for row 40 & row 36: Stitch count should be 30 tr fans, 60 sc & 30 ch 4 (not 30 ch 3)