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'Pebbles' Two Color Cowl


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Friendly Free Support Anytime =) I'm Always Happy to Help Written and charted directions using American English terms. US and Metric Equivalents. Versatile style. Fun to work 'row below' technique is simple to learn and memorize. 2 stitch/4 row repeats make a lovely checked 'waffle' texture that holds warmth yet breathes well. Knit in the round with two colors (single hank each) of chunky yarn it works up fast. Into/Exit rounds of Garter prevent curling. Materials: 2 Balls (1 each color) of Contrasting Colors of Aran or Chunky yarn @ 120-140 yard (110 -128 m) each. ~Sample used Cascade 'pastaza' in light grey and med blue. US 10.5 (6 mm) circular needles 32" (80 cm) long Stitch Marker Row Counter (optional= only 4 rows) Darning Needle ~ to sew in ends Gauge: Not critical but will effect size and yardage. Select a yarn of about 8 WPI (wrap per inch) = heavy worsted, aran or chunky. Sample gauge - 11 sts and 25 rows = 4" (10 cm) Measurements: Sample = 48 by 6.75" (112 by 17 cm) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl knit below work in round GAUGE not critical to project but will affect size and yardage Sample gauge= 11 stitches and 25 in texture pattern = 4" (10 cm) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 48" by 6.75" (112 cm by 17 cm) SUGGESTED YARN 220 yards of Chunky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade Pastaza COLORWAY light grey and med blue

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  • US sz 10.5 circular needles
  • marker
  • row counter - optional

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