Still Addicted Two Ewe by Jessica L'Heureux
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Still Addicted Two Ewe

Knitting
July 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Garter
US 7 - 4.5 mm
800 - 860 yards (732 - 786 m)
Adult (approximately 64” x 14.5” at widest points) - Fully Adjustable
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Battling yarn addiction can be a lifelong, yet incredibly pleasurable pursuit. And there is a huge supportive community of yarn addicts ready to support you and a number of patterns available to aid in your stash busting goals. Team up two complementary skeins of your favorite ewe and see what addiction can mean to you.

Finished Measurement:
Measurements will vary depending on how strongly or subtly you block your finished piece, as well as how many pattern repeats you choose to work. Sample shown is approximately 64” x 14.5” working setup and 19 ½ pattern repeats.
Measurements do not include fringe or tassel.
Both the fringe and tassel are optional and instructions for each are provided.

Yarn Requirements:
100g each of any two colors Fingering Weight. Pattern is worked using two yarns held together as one. Your options are endless; however this textual pattern will work best with either two colors that are identical, or are tonal and highly complementary of each other. Just remember, whatever brings you joy is the perfect combination.

Shown in Supernatural Yarns: Pixie Sock (463 yards/100 grams, 75% Superwash merino/15% Nylon, color: Snow)
AND Dye Monkey Yarns: Disco Monkey (438 yards /100 grams, 75% Superwash merino/20% Nylon, 5% Silver Stellina, color: Naked) held together as one.

Recommended Needles:
Size 7 (4.5mm) 24-32” circular or size required to get gauge. Please note – gauge is flexible, but yardage will vary.

Supplies:
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends. Two stitch markers. You may find a row counter and/or a progress marker may be helpful.

Gauge:
Approximately 20 sts / 28 rows = 4” (10 cm) garter stitch, blocked.