Love Potion No. 5

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Love Potion No. 5 Pattern


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Love Potion No. 5 LP5
Love Potion No. 5 LP5
Love Potion No. 5 LP5
Love Potion No. 5 LP5

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Provisional cast on, pick up stitches, short row, k2tog, yo,

Pattern Description:

The horizon seems endless as she stares beyond the rolling hills and valleys. She consoles herself knowing that the shawl she is knitting him will drape softly around his neck keeping him warm.

Love Potion No. 5 let's you play with your creativity. Use 4 solid colors or add a Zauberball to your color scheme. No matter what you decide, the result will surely end in a stunning project.

Yarn: Crazy Zauberball, 100g, 420 m or 459 yards. Madeline Tosh Light - 100g, 420 yards. Actual yardage used:
MC - Mineral, MTL 38g
CC1 - Leaf, MTL 45g
CC2 - col. 2136, Zauberball 43g
CC3 - Leaf Onesie, MTL 45g

Gauge: 22sts and 32 rows = 4" (10cm) in Stockinette stitch.

Needles: Circular US #5 /3.75mm, 32" (80cm) or longer.

Misc: Waste yarn or stitch holder, tapestry needle, blocking wires (optional), plenty of rust proof pins for blocking, one large 1" (2.5cm) button and one 1/2" (1.25cm) button (optional).


22 sts and 32 rows = 4" (10cm)


  • US #5 circular needle 32" or longer

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Madelinetosh merino light

About Designer

About Designer

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Like so many, I learned to knit as a young girl but never on a regular basis. Then in 2007, a devastating illness left me unable to speak or walk more than a few steps due to lost muscle control. Confined to a chair day-in and day-out with nothing but my computer, I decided to reach out to people over the Internet for interaction and entertainment. This led to new interests, and for a time I ...

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