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A capelet is a wonderful transitional piece when the weather is thinking about changing seasons. It is long enough to keep your shoulders warm, and short enough to stay out of the way of busy hands. Worked sideways in a chunky cable and garter stitch pattern, this piece is sure to be a favorite for fall. (Photo credit: Louet North America. Used with permission.) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Garter stitch Working Cables Grafting in kitchener stitch Provisional cast on GAUGE 16 Sts and 26 Rows = 4" square in Garter Stitch on larger needles SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished measurements 35 (39, 43)" circumference, 18 (19, 20)" length SUGGESTED YARN 1050 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Louet Gems Worsted Weight COLORWAY Shown in #43 Pewter

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  • Worsted weight yarn, 850 (850, 1050) yards
  • Crochet hook H for provisional cast on
  • Cable needle

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Patty's Knits
Patty's Knits
Patty Nance lives on the southern coast of Oregon with her husband, two motorcycles and lots of yarn. When she is not knitting, she teaches classes, designs hand-knits, and publishes patterns. Her book Bargello Knits (Cooperative Press, 2012) introduces her bargello knitting technique with an in-depth tutorial and 28 designs. Her work has appeared in Vogue Knitting Magazine, Noro Knitting Magazine, Knitter’s Magazine, Knit Simple Magazine, Prism Arts, Knit Noro Accessories (Sixth & Spring Books, 2012) and with several yarn companies including Louet North America, Universal Yarn, and Cascade Yarns. Her patterns are available at, Craftsy, and Ravelry (username PattyKnits). For pattern support, e-mail with "Pattern Support" in the subject line.