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Bridie Reliquary Bag

Knitting
June 2010
Bulky / 12 ply (7 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 5 rows = 1 inch in stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
40 - 60 yards (37 - 55 m)
one size
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Conceived out of a love of hand spinning this pattern is simple yet lovely. A place to put all things important to you.

This pattern requires handspun yarn or commerical yarn.

MATERIALS
Fiber: Mountain View Weavery fiber content; Merino; color: natural; 2 ounces
Bridie’s Hair fiber content; Chow/Golden Retriever undercoat; color: Bridie Red; 1 ounces ( I would like to suggest Angora, Yak, or Quivet as comparable substitutes for this fiber)

This should produce approximately 40 yards of yarn with a thick/thin quality to it. Both fibers started out as Fleece and were blended with a 72 point Ashford set of carders.

Commercial alternative: MC Plymouth, Encore Chunky 75% Acrylic, 25% Wool; 143yd/131m per 100g/3.53 oz skein; color: 1201; 1 ball

5 US #7/4.5mm double-point needles

Darning needle
Stitch marker

Semi-circular, top-whorl, 2.75 ounce drop spindle

WRAPS PER INCH
6 (1-4 twists per inch)

DRAFTING METHOD
A combination of Worsted and Inch worm

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