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A Bit of Good Luck

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Beginner

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  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

“A Bit of Good Luck” is an easy to knit shawl / wrap designed to be made with super bulky weight yarn. This shawl is quick to knit on big needles and would make a lovely gift…to wish a friend or loved one “a bit of good luck”. Read more about this pattern (including some other choices for green yarn) on my blog: http://bit.ly/BitofGoodLuck DIRECTIONS FOR THREE SIZES: Approximate sizes after blocking… Small / Petite: 51” long x 13.5” wide (at widest point) Medium: 55” long x 14” wide Large: 59” long x 14.5” wide SKILL LEVEL: Easy You will need to know how to cast on stitches, knit and purl confidently, increase stitches, decrease stitches, read a row by row knitting pattern, bind off stitches and weave in ends. Blocking of finished shawl is highly recommended. SUPER BULKY YARN: Small / Petite: 200 - 210 yards Medium: 225 - 240 yards Large: 255 - 275 yards This pattern will work well with many super bulky weight yarns. I used Lion Brand Hometown USA in the color “Vermont Green” for the green shawl shown in the photos. The pattern will also work well with Lion Brand Thick & Quick Solids (available at many craft stores), Loops & Threads Cozy Wool (from Michael’s Craft Store) or many other super bulky yarns. GAUGE: Stockinette stitch with US size 15 needles: approximately 8.5 stitches & 12 rows = 4” This pattern uses standard U.S. knitting terms. Written pattern with row by row instructions.

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Fifty Four Ten Studio
Fifty Four Ten Studio
I have been knitting since I was about 8 years old. My mother taught me to knit and my parents encouraged me to explore all kinds of arts & crafts activities by providing me with the materials that I needed to create. As a girl, I loved to sew (I spent hours using my mother’s sewing machine making clothes for my dolls), knit, draw and paint. In high school I spent all my extra time at school hanging out in the art room. In college I worked at a cute little yarn shop. Many years later...I started designing and publishing knitting patterns in November 2013...I love it! I love giving hand knit gifts to my friends and family. I love to see the smile on their faces when they open the gift I made for them. I hope that you enjoy using my knitting patterns to create special projects for your home, friends & family.