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With just the right balance of lace patterning to yarn weight, Gale is a gorgeous wide scarf that says “there’s nothing too delicate going on here!” Gale is knitted in two halves, then grafted in the middle, with optional fringe. Both written and charted instructions are included.
Additional pattern information shown below photographs. Yarn sold separately.
15¼” / 38.5 cm wide; 72” / 183 cm long (without fringe)
50% Canadian Rambouillet, 50% Home-Grown Alpaca
198 yards [181 meters] per 112 g skein
640 yards / 585 meters
Sample shown in color Snow
Note: Sample was made using 3 full skeins. Four skeins is recommended for safety.
16 stitches & 20 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Gale Pattern, after blocking
One 28-stitch & 12-row Gale Pattern repeat measures approximately 7” / 18 cm wide & 2½” / 6.5 cm long
One 24” / 60 cm circular needle
US 10 / 6 mm or size needed to obtain gauge listed
Blunt tapestry needle, spare circular needle in same size or smaller than working needle, T-pins, blocking wires (optional but recommended), crochet hook (if working fringe)
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