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Algebra

Knitting
March 2012
DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches in pattern worked in the round
US 6 - 4.0 mm
260 - 500 yards (238 - 457 m)
small, tall and long
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ALGEBRA is as easy as 2+2.

It is a simple cowl worked in the round from bottom to top. It starts and also finishes with Garter stitch with a simple knit-and-purl pattern in between which creates a series of diamond shapes. It can be made in three sizes: small, tall and long.

Sizes
small (tall, long).
Circumference: about 60 (60, 108) cm / 24 (24, 43.25)”.
Height: about 24 (30.5, 17) cm/10 (12.5, 7)”.

Yarn
Garnstudio DROPS Lima (50g/90m/98y, 65% wool & 35% alpaca) or any other worsted or DK weight yarn which works up in specified gauge. Shown in colorway 9015 grey mix.
Approx yardage: 240 (320, 460)m/260 (360, 500)y.

Needles
4 mm/US #6 circular needle: sizes small and tall - 40 cm/16”, size long - 80 cm/32” or appropriate size to get gauge.

Notions
stitch marker.

Gauge (after blocking)
20 sts x 34 rows = 10cm x 10cm (4”x 4”) in pattern worked in the round.

Level of difficulty: beginner.

Pattern contains charted and written instructions.
It has been tested and tech edited.