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There is nothing like Fair Isle to give the knitter the creativity to combine vibrant colors with stunning patterns.
Fair Isle is traditionally done using one yarn in each hand. This sounds intimidating, but it's easier than you thinkand far more addicting than you have ever bargained for.
This pattern will take you through Fair Isle, step by step, beginning to end.
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5 stitches per inch. Note that this pattern assumes that you are using wool, which will stretch when blocked. If you are using another fiber, make a larger size.
150 yards of Worsted weight
Cynthia has put her Ph.D. in ed. psych. to work full time in the fiber arts, designing Really Clear patterns that are clear, easy-to-understand, and fun to make! (She thinks hard about how to explain things so that you don't need a Ph.D. to make them!) Her patterns and tutorials are found at www.reallyclear.com. Find her blog at reallyclearinstructions.blogspot.com.