Fire! by Wendy McDonnell

Fire!

Knitting
August 2018
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
800 - 920 yards (732 - 841 m)
one
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Living in the Southern California wilderness, we deal with a lot of fires every year. Hense this lovely bag – the last stand. Fire plays and goes from night to day depending on which side you look at. On one side you have the fire consuming all, on the flip side – at night, one willow or very squiggly tree stands alone-smoke curling around and through it. Will it be consumed or will the wind blow the fire in the other direction at the last instant? Already, it’s leaves have been taken… but there’s always hope. Worked from the bottom up and in the round this is a quick knit.

SUPPLIES
Yarn: Yarn Fairy Medium Sock 460 yards per 100 grams 75/25 merino/nylon, 1 skein each, FIRE and Black. Kits available on blog.
Needle: US 2/2.75 MM circular-32inches and DPNS
Buttons: Wood or tree themed, 1-1 inch, 2-half inch, total of 3 buttons.
Gauge: 24 stitches, 32 rows over 4 inches stockinette
Fae Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Skills: Stranded color work, reading charts and seamstress