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Calienta Azteca cowl wrap or scarf


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The pattern is both written and charted with US and Metric equivalents. Easy to work -- just knits and purls. Knit and purls texture form an Aztec look design. Block straight or to the scalloped points shown. Two versions - chunky wrap or worsted scarf. For my samples I used 330 yds Cascade baby alpaca chunky in mimosa for the orange cowl/wrap/shoulderette and 440 yds Malabrigo worsted for the blue green long scarf Also given are directions for my 'anywhere' buttons that are double sided buttons that will go thru the fabric at any point, giving many more wearing options than sewn on buttons and buttonholes. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cast on knit purl bind off chart reading a plus -the design is complex but not nescessary it is written out line by line as well GAUGE the worsted is 5.5 stitches per inch (2,5 cm) in ribbing on sz 8 the chunky is 4,5 stitches per inch (2,5 cm) in ribbing on size 10 needles Gauge is not critical and these are just for yarn needle choice- measurements/gauge above are pre blocking/as knit SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS the orange cowl/wrap/shoulderette is 11.5 by 38" and used 326 yards of chunky the bluegreen scarf version is 7.5" wide by however long you like it mine was 82" and used aprox 420 yards of worsted

Recommended with this pattern

  • for the orange 330 yards of bulky
  • for the bluegreen 420 - 500 yards worsted
  • size 8 needles for worsted

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