Commingle by Wendy Gaal
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Commingle

Knitting
August 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
850 - 900 yards (777 - 823 m)
Approximately 14" wide by 52" long
This pattern is available for $5.00 USD
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Kits for this pattern can be purchased for $40 by Clicking Here!

Show the world how well colors go together when you wear Commingle. New to color work? No problem! The interplay of colors and texture in this wrap are created exclusively using slipped stitch techniques, so you only handle one color at a time. The fun starts in the center with a loooonnng toe-up style cast on, and works out rectangularly from there. Whether your two colors are subtly different, or highly contrasting, you’ll love the results of your slipped stitch journey! Instructions are provided in text and charts.

Measurements: Approximately 14” wide and 52” long.

Yarn Requirements:
Pattern requires approximately 100g of fingering weight yarn in each of two colors.

Kits are available in your choice of 32 colors by Clicking Here.

Kits Include:

  1. Two 100g skeins of Sock-aholic® II yarn in your choice of 32 colors.
  2. A set of peaceful stitch markers to commemorate your KAL participation and willingness to Commingle :-)
  3. The Commingle wrap pattern by Wendy Gaal in pdf, with the option for a Ravelry library copy and/or a hard copy.

Yarn

Sock-aholic® II is dyed by hand at our brewery using a super soft and smooth 4-ply Luxury Sock Yarn made from 75% Superwash Merino and 25% Nylon. Each skein contains approximately 470 yards, and knits at a gauge of 7-9 stitches per inch using size 1-2 needles. This yarn maintains beautiful stitch definition when used for pattern stitches, is strong enough to support lace work, and its softness makes it a pleasure to handle and wear.

Washing Instructions: Hand washing in cool water is recommended to prolong the life of any hand-knit or hand-crocheted item. This yarn may also be gently machine washed in cool water. Roll in a towel to remove excess water (do not twist or wring), and lay flat to dry away from direct sunlight.