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Knitting Pattern - Blackberry Leaf Beaded Capelet

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An original knit design by Sharon Spence of Stitchjones, this lightweight capelet features garter stitch edging and neck shaping to keep it on the shoulders. A simple lace pattern, Traveling Leaf, is adorned with color coordinating glass beads. Shows off Stitchjones' Pai Mei Lace yarn beautifully. You'll need one skein of Pai Mei Lace (875 yards), 4 tubes of No. 6 glass beads, a circular Size 5 needle (32") and 2 stitch markers, if desired. Finished size: 13" deep x 45" long.

This listing is for electronic file of knitting pattern only. Yarn, beads, knitting needles or capelet not included.

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Reviewed by carmen
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 29, 2018
very nice pattern for my friend
Knitting Pattern - Blackberry Leaf Beaded Capelet

Reviewed by Debbie H
5 out of 5 stars
May 25, 2018
Beautiful colorway, nice to touch. Speedy shipping.
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