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This is a great project for handspun since the
The yarn was spun at 16 wraps per inch.
Pattern was completed in August 2006
This is a great project for handspun since the number of stitches can be adjusted very easily for the size of the yarn.
The sample project was done in a very finely spun Shetland wool.
The yarn was spun at 16 wraps per inch and approximately 1 ½ pounds of natural morrit Shetland sheep wool was spun.
The pattern can be adjusted to accommodate a wide variety of yarn weights and spinning styles.
The shrug also looks good on many body types and sizes.
Pattern notes: If the shawl is worked in the following sequence, the fewest number of ends will need to be worked in.
1- Body, 2-one side seam, 3-same side sleeve.
Break yarn. Start new yarn. 4-Bottom edging, 4-second side seam, second sleeve. Break yarn and work in ends.