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Petarli Pattern


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Knitting: Petarli
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Petarli is a lovely little knitted necklace featuring a leafy design within an intricate lace pattern. Perfect for any season, use a lightweight fingering or lace yarn for a delicate necklace, or use a heavier yarn for a chunky version. This quick knit is a great project to use up leftovers in your stash and makes a lovely gift.

Choose from charted or written instructions - both are included for your convenience. Petarli's lace panel is worked from the bottom up. The I-cord strands are knit separately then attached to the finished lace and fastened with a button for a stylish necklace.

Small (S): approx. 42 yards/38m 4ply/fingering weight yarn
Samples shown in Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light (100% merino, 420 yards/384m)
"Grasshopper, Vintage Sari, Tart and Kelp " colourways
Large (L): approx. 50 yards/46m 8ply/DK weight yarn
Sample shown in Madelinetosh Tosh Merino DK (100% merino, 225 yards/206m)
"Candlewick" colourway

Needles: straight or short circular & 2 dpns in size recommended for yarn
Small sample: US #2.5/3mm
Large sample: US #6/4mm
Notions: Tapestry needle to weave in ends and attach I-cord
Small button for closure
Gauge is not crucial for this project but will affect yardage.

Width at centre: (S) 61/4"/16cm; (L) 73/4"/20cm
Top edge: (S) 5"/13cm; (L) 61/2"/16.5cm

Suggested yarn:

50 yards of Fingering weight

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