Petites Plumes by Natalie Marshall
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Petites Plumes

Knitting
March 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
4.0 mm (G)
230 - 246 yards (210 - 225 m)
S-M, M-L
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This pattern has been diligently tested by some wonderful test-knitters here on Ravelry. A very special thanks to azadi, daisyfaye, seajaes, tuerkis, 63stella, nat12 and ftmhling.

This pattern contains charts and written instructions.

Sizes
S-M (to fit head measuring 20-22 inches in circumference); M-L (to fit head measuring 22-24 inches in circumference)

Yarn
Approximately 70 g on any fingering-weight yarn

Gauge
28 stitches x 40 rows in Stockinette stitch over 4’’ (10 cm) with larger needles

Needles
• One 16’’/40 cm US2/2.75 mm circular needle (or size required for gauge)
• One 16’’/40 cm US3 (3.25 mm) circular needle (or size required for gauge)
• One set of US 3/3.25 mm double-pointed needles (or size required for gauge)
Or for magic-loop method:
• One 40’’/100 cm US2/2.75 mm circular needle (or size required for gauge)
• One 40’’/100 cm US3/3.25 mm circular needle (or size required for gauge)

Materials
• Size G/4 mm crochet hook
• Five markers, with one being different so as to indicate beginning of round.
• One cable needle
• One tapestry needle

Special techniques used:
• Crochet cast-on method
• Slip one stitch
• Make one left-leaning stitch on purl side
• Make one right-leaning stitch on purl side
• Make one left-leaning stitch on knit side
• Make one right-leaning stitch on knit side
• Slip, slip, purl
• Cable one left
• Cable one right
• Slip 2 Knit Passover