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Diamonds Are Forever Mega Pattern


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Dream in Color sent me two skeins of their wonderful Starry sock yarn. Starry is the glitzy sister of Smooshy. One can be subbed easily for the other. Want sparkle? Use Starry. Want warm, wonderful wool without the glitz? Use Smooshy. Using only one skein each of two contrasting colors, you can knit both a hat and a pair of socks. So, you can be clothed in this lovely fiber from head to toe. Diamonds are Forever is an easy colorwork design. It works up fast and is a fun project. Because it's stranded, you have double the wool for extra, smooshy warmth. The hardtwist lends itself beautifully to the fine stitch definition desired in colorwork. Both Starry and Smooshy are machine washable. Another plus! The cover items employ Amber Glass and Bermuda Teal, but Dream in Color offers such a pretty, varied palette of colors, the possible combinations are nearly limitless! GAUGE 32 stitches and 29 rounds = 4" on #3 needles SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Teen and Adult, small medium and large (size is changed by altering needle size only) PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Dream in Color Starry

Supplies Needed

  • 1 skein each of any two highly contrasting Dream in Color Starry or Smooshy fingering yarns: 98% merino superwash wool, 2% lurex 450 yds/skein One 16" #4 circular needle, two circular needles, or 5 DPNs, size #4 (for hat) 5 DPNs for socks: #2 for small #3 for medium #4 for large stitch markers tapestry needle

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I love everything about knitting...knitting itself, designing and now, creating yarn for you to use when working my patterns. Let me customize the blend and colorways you want: Some people see a gorgeous sunset and photograph it. Others paint it. I knit it. Fiber and fabric are my media. Knitting the sunset makes it mine.