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Dimensional Spines & Tassels Bib Necklac


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Pattern is both written and charted. US and Metric Equivalents Free pattern support always available, ask me any thing =) A little yarn, basic lace knitting stitches, some notions, and a couple hours will make these unique artsy necklaces. Constructed bottom up. Any heavy worsted or chunky yarn looks great! Solid, striping, fuzzy, metallic, novelty.... Have fun play around! These go fast and you'll want to make lots. Materials: Approx. 65 yds (59.5 m) Heavy Worsted or Chunky Weight Yarn US 10 - 10.5 (6 - 6.5 mm) Needles Row Counter Tapestry Needle Optional Notions/Jewelry Findings: 4 Jump Rings around 7" (17.5 cm) + Chain, or Leather/Fiber Cord Clasp Jewelry Pliers or other implement to open/tighten jumps rings Beads Fringe Measurements: Samples measured between 8 - 9" (20.3 - 22.85 cm) across and 3 3/4 - 4 1/2 (9.5 - 11.4 cm) tall excluding tassels Varied depending on type of yarn used. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl yarn over k2tog ssk s2kp (slip 2 stitches together kwise, knit 1, psso) bind off GAUGE varies with yarn needle size SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS spines rise from work about 1" Samples measured between 8 - 9" (20.3 - 22.85 cm) across and 3 3/4 - 4 1/2 (9.5 - 11.4 cm) tall excluding tassels SUGGESTED YARN 65 yards of Chunky weight

Recommended with this pattern

  • 40 - 60 yds of bulky yarn
  • US size 10 or 10.5 needles (can be done on smaller if you choose)
  • darning needles

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