Blue Sky Fibers

Kingston Wrap

The Traveler Series

Design by Jane Veitenheimer

$3.00

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The Kingston Wrap is a great way to sample six luxurious yarns in one easy pattern. Knit with Baby Alpaca, Brushed Suri, Extra, Metalico, Suri Merino and Techno, this cowl will add texture and style to any outfit.

**This pattern is available as a kit

 

Pattern No. 201813

YARN:

– Extra (55% Baby Alpaca, 45% Fine Merino; 150g/218yds): 1 hank A

– Brushed Suri (67% Baby Suri Alpaca, 22% Fine Merino, 11% Bamboo; 50g/142yds): 1 hank B

– Suri Merino (60% Baby Suri Alpaca, 40% Fine Merino; 100g/164yds): 1 hank C

– Techno (68% Baby Alpaca, 22% Silk, 10% Extra Fine Merino; 50g/120yds): 1 hank D

– Metalico (50% Baby Alpaca, 50% Silk; 50g/147yds): 1 hank E

– Baby Alpaca (100% Baby Alpaca; 50g/110yds): 1 hank F

 

NEEDLES:

Size 11 (8.00mm) 24” circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge

 

OTHER TOOLS:

Tapestry needle

SKILL LEVEL:

Advanced Beginner

 

GAUGE:

In garter, 12 sts and 24 rows = 4”

 

SIZES:

One

 

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

Circumference: 33″ / Height: 14″

N0. 3510 Butter Cream (A) (Extra)

N0. 900 Whipped Cream  (B) (Brushed Suri)

No. 410 Snow (C) (Suri Merino)

No. 1970 Fame (D) (Techno)

No. 1610 Opal (E) (Metalico)

No. 500 Natural White (F) (Baby Alpaca)

Yarn Used in Pattern

Baby Alpaca

Sport Weight

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