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« on: September 30, 2006 02:14:24 PM »

Hello all.
I have a pretty big amount of yarn I bought for a project I fell out of love with - gladly, before I even started it, so no frogging
but back to the topic:
I'm looking for a fun pattern for 8-10 balls (each 50g, around 160m) of darkish purple yarn, 45%acrylic, 35%mohair, 20%new wool.
the label calls for 4.5-5mm needles, and even has a gauge swatch drawn on it: 22sts X 30rows = 10X10cm swatch using 4.5mm needles.
it's a teeny-bit scratchy, so I'd rather not have it as a scarf, my face/ neck is very sensitive.....
I'd love a pattern for some kind of top- sweater/ jacket/ blazer/ whatever-  I've been knitting for a bit over a year, and I think I can tackle most patterns- I've never done cables before though.
any ideas would be greatly appreciated!!

« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2006 07:54:03 AM »

Have you checked out some of the online patterns?  You might find something you like.  I would recommend searching patterns and finding something you like, see if you have enough yarn, and then just dive in!

to name a few!
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