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Sanquar

Knitting
January 2003
Aran / Worsted ?
24 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches in Cross Block
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1400 - 1900 yards (1280 - 1737 m)

This pattern employs an ingenious slip stitch pattern to create a sophisticated plaid.

- Three sizes are offered ranging from 37 to 44 inches (94-111.8cm) finished bust measurement including about 4 inches of ease. A schematic provides detailed measurements.
-You will need 900-1200 yards (~825-1101 meters) of the main color and 500-700 yards (~460-642 meters) of a second color. A medium weight yarn (#4) is suggested. The illustrated sample uses a solid for the main color and a variegated yarn to create the lines of the plaid.
- A 24 inch circular needle is suggested. Eight buttons are also required and the usual assortment of stitch markers and holders. You will also need a 4mm/US size F crochet hook.
- Described as an advanced pattern, the jacket is body is knit flat in one piece. Sleeves are knit flat. Seams are joined with a crocheted slip stitch.
- The stitch patterns are both described in words and written out. Placement of the motifs is shown by charts.