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Criss Cross Cabled Sweater Vest PDF PATTERN Design by Pilland

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2 Ways to use cross vest.Use it as cowl or sweater
THIS IS THE PATTERN ONLY, NOT READY MADE ITEM!

SIZE S-M-L-XL

YOU NEED:
350 (7 skeins)- 350 (7 skeins)- 400 (8 skeins)- 400 (8 skeins) g of
DROPS Nepal 65% wool, 35% alpaca
(or some other yarn with the same gauge)

Weight/yardage: 50 g (1.76 ounces) = approx 75 m (82 yards)
Recommended needle size: 4.5 – 5 mm (US 7-8; UK 7-6)
Knitting tension: 10x10 cm = 17 sts x 22 rows

Skills needed
This pattern is rather easy if you already know how to cast on, knit, purl, cable and bind off.
The chart for making textures is included in instructions.

This is a NEW PATTERN and if you see some mistake please, let me know!

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