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2 Ways to use cross vest.Use it as cowl or sweater


·Materials needed:
410 yards (250 g ) any kind of bulky yarn, but better to use some soft yarn, so it takes the shape of the body in more nice way.

·US 8-9(5-6mm EU) knitting needles

·Size :
M/L (14-18 US) (44-48 EU)
S/XS (8-10 US) (36-38 EU)

It's very easy to adjust larger or smaller size!

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

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Criss- Cross Sweater Vest Cowl Neckwarmer PDF Pattern ORIGINAL DESIGN by Pilland


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