Created using this Craftsy indie pattern
by Anne Kuo Lukito Designs
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|Here are some details about my project:|
|Style||Classic, Formal / Bridal, Retro / Vintage, Hipster, Romantic, Funky, Whimsical, Mod, Preppy, Cute, Casual|
What materials did you use? 660 (695, 790, 880, 905, 1015)yds/ (603.5 (635.5, 722.5, 804.5, 827.5, 929)m worsted weight wool yarn or blend with high wool content, plus 100 (105, 140, 170, 210, 215)yds/ 91.5 (96, 128, 155.5, 192, 196.5)cm for optional border; US 11/ 8mm 32"/ 80cm circular needles
What are you most proud of? The shrug is a one-piece construction with a softly rounded back, created by working a few short rows. It gives the garment a really nice refined shape.
What advice would you give someone starting this project? The sample used in the pattern used 2 strands of Frog Tree Meriboo yarn held together. As an alternative, you can substitute a bulky yarn, as long as you get gauge. Don't be intimidated by cables if you've never done them before. They are pretty fun!