I'm rather new at knitting and I decided to take on something a little more challenging: like cables, and ribbing, and frilled edging all at the same time... Well, everything was going great until I got to the end and needed to do the frilling. The directions tell how to start out with the edging and decrease down to the number of stitches you need, but I have no idea how to do the reverse!
I would be truly grateful if anyone could offer suggetions.
This is the last line of pattern that I worked up to where the fringe would start:
p3, k3, p4, k3, p3
This is the edging pattern:
(64 stitches to start with and then down to 16 for the cable pattern)Row 1
: *k2, lift first of these 2 sts over second adn off the needle; rep from * to end. (half the number of stitches remain)
: *p2tog; rep from * to end. (finished number of stitches remain)
Cont. in main fabric of garment or cast off.
Would it be best to do the edging and sew it on, if so, how what is the best way to do that?