Ooh La La by Mary-Ann Lammers
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Ooh La La

Knitting
February 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
11.5 stitches and 19 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking Stitch (Gauge is not critical but can affect yardage and finished width).
US 11 - 8.0 mm
261 - 262 yards (239 - 240 m)
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Ooh La La

Oxford Dictionary definition:
humorous
1(especially in contexts stereotypically associated with France or the French) used to express surprise or excitement.

My definition; Oh my, truly the softest most sublime yarn I have EVER knit with. Soft, sensual and supple around my neck. I never want to take this off! This cowl is truly a chain of love.

These cowls are knit in the round and are so simple to knit. It is the beauty of the yarn and the unique chaining of the cowls that make this different and fun. There are two ways to wear the cowls and both look like you knit something complicated. Just don’t tell anyone how easy it is, let them be impressed.

Many thanks to Suzie Jennings for the yarn support for this design. Please visit her Etsy shop for information on ordering these yarns directly from her.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/506855810/ooh-la-la-plume-ch...

Measurements: unblocked, each cowl approx. 7” x 25” around (33” as a triple chain).
Gauge: unblocked, 11.5 stitches x 19 rows = 4” square in Stocking stitch. Gauge is not
critical but can affect size and yardage.
Yarn used: Bergere De France Plume 47% Polyamid 42% Acrylic 11% Worsted Wool.
50 grams/ 60 meters. (Ravelry says worsted 9 Wpi, label says Chunky).
First Sample:
1 Ball colour # 24793 Tulle (white) Colour A.
1 Ball colour # 34099 Orge (tan) Colour B.
1 Ball colour # 25525 Rosat (pink) Colour C.
Second Sample:
1 Ball colour # 24793 Tulle (white) Colour A.
1 Ball colour # 28750 Sky (blue) Colour B.
1 Ball colour # 24780 Lueur (green) Colour C.
Supplies:
8mm/ US11 circular needles 60cm/24”. Tapestry needle.

Questions?
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