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This is a ★digital knitting pattern★ which will be available for ★download★ through Etsy once payment is complete.
This is ★not★ a garment.



Find my yarn shop here: astraeameris.etsy.com

Find my Ravelry page here: ravelry.com/designers/the-jane-victoria


Patterns are in ★English★ with ★US notation★.



There was something about midnight meetings in the forest, under the dark canopy with only a sliver of stars to guide your way. Of course, that something might have been the thrill that accompanied plotting the overthrow of a kingdom, but when you're Morgana le Fay, you don't nitpick the small details.

This is a beautiful, very "Morgana," Celtic-styled hooded mozzetta pattern that is all in one piece and has a high ribbon-laced turtle-neck collar and a generous hood that sweeps the shoulders.

Wear it under your hood-less coats in lieu of a scarf.



This is a multi-sized pattern S,M,L,XL and fits shoulder circumferences 38”-50”

The materials required are:

3-4 skeins of Lion-Brand Wool-Ease worsted weight yarn
or just under 600-800 yards any other worsted weight yarn

1½ yard 5/8” - 1” wide satin ribbon

Pair of 32” or longer 5 mm (US size 8) circular knitting needles or DPNs
Pair of 32” or longer 4.5 mm (US size 7) circular knitting needles or DPNs

Tapestry needle

Tutorial for the SYTK Stitch here: techknitting.blogspot.com/2007/09/new-method-for-left-leaning-decreases.html

Hooded Mozzetta Knitting PATTERN, Silmarwen Surion, PDF DOWNLOAD

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