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Noro Mag Issue 1: #27 Patchwork Jacket


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The patchwork effect on Galina Carroll's relaxed jacket comes from working intarsia stripes in a pair of Noro Yarns--Hitsuji and Karuta. Because the front pieces are the same size, the garment sports a large overlap emphasized by oversized buttons that decoratively cover functional snaps. Noro Hitsuji 6 (7) skeins Noro Karuta 2 (3) skeins BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY intarsia knit purl shaping Reading a chart seaming GAUGE 12 sts and 17 rows = 4" over st st using main color SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Bust (closed) 50 (54)" / 127 (137)cm Length 20 (22)"/ 51 (56) cm Upper arm 16 (18)" / 40.5 (45.5) cm SUGGESTED YARN 1262 yards of Bulky weight COLORWAY Hitsuji #5, Karuta #3

Recommended with this pattern

  • US 9 / 36" circular needle
  • Three size 10 sew-on metal snaps in black
  • Two 2 5/8"/66mm buttons

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