Wearever by Bonnie Dean
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Wearever

Knitting
September 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette st, before blocking
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1350 - 1400 yards (1234 - 1280 m)
One size, 36.5" wide by 50.25" long
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Woolen-spun Arranmore Light is an Irish tweed from The Fibre Company. This yarn provides generous yardage and knits up a great fabric with drape and a rustic feel for my textured and collared poncho! Its luxury Old World hand is perfect for the New World as well! Wear “wearever” you want to go!

Wearever is worked flat from the front hem to the back hem in one piece, working an opening for the head. The neck edge is picked up and a double layer of textured fabric becomes the standup collar. Wearever is designed with a shorter front length and is longer in the back. The length can be customized in the front just before working the neck opening and in the back just before adding the back hem texture. If you are petite and the final overall front to back length is shortened by 5” only 4 skeins are required in the feature yarn!

Materials needed: Approximately 1378 yds/1260 m of light DK weight yarn.

Shown in: The Fibre Company Arranmore Light (80% wool, 10% silk, 10% cashmere; 328 yds/300 m; 3.52 oz/100 g per skein) colorway Bradan – 5 skeins