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Delicate Cross Ornament


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Super easy to knit! Lacey design is formed into an intricate lacey cross. This will look so pretty on any Holiday tree. Why not make extra's and hand around the house all year. This can also be used as a book mark! So make a lot of these, as they are fast to knit! Uses scraps of baby yarn, knitting needles, US # 3. Finished size is about 5 inches long. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knitting skills GAUGE No gauge is really needed for this. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished size: about 5 inches long SUGGESTED YARN 8 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Baby Yarn COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Baby yarn, about 8 yds. 1 pr. U.S. #3 needles

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