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Tashi

Knitting
June 2010
16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
finished bust 32 (34, 35.75, 38.25, 40, 42, 44.25)"

Tashi is a design by Shannon Okey of knitgrrl.com for Bijou Basin Ranch.

‘Tashi’ means ‘auspicious’ in Tibetan – ‘tashi delek’ is a way to greet someone in Lhasa dialect. Since yaks are native to Tibet, why not a Tibetan name? It was either that or ’momo’ (my favorite kind of Tibetan dumpling)!

Pattern available from Bijou Basin Ranch.

The yarn used is 50/50 yak and Cormo wool -- Cormo is one of my all-time favorites to knit, and Bijou Bliss is so soft and delicious, I think you’ll be incredibly happy with the results.

Pattern includes cable charts.