Pattern 9675 - Batik Swirl

Cardigan, Scarf and Hat

This longline cardigan and accessories set are an elegant combination with an easy 2 row Lace design. Knitted in Batik Swirl Coral Reef, they are cute and feminine, perfect Tran seasonal knitwear.

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Batik Swirl

The colours in Batik Swirl have block tonal transitions to create exciting colour changes and the subtle dappled effect of the yarn gives a lovely sense of texture. Knits up like you are using lots of different coloured yarns, while in fact all you need to do is keep knitting and the yarn will do all the work. Like all the other yarns in the Batik range, it's a wool, and premium acrylic blend, so it is silky soft to the touch too.

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Weight: DK

Composition: 80% Premium Acrylic 20% Wool

Ball Size: 200g

Meterage: 550m/601yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron

You will need: Pair of 4mm (UK 8 - USA 6) knitting needles and Pair of 5mm (UK 6 - USA 8 knitting needles. Cardigan only: Pair of 3.25mm (UK 10 - USA 3) knitting needles. 7 buttons. Hat only: Pair of 4.5mm (UK 7 - USA 7) knitting needles.

Batik Swirl, Coral Reef 373933333
SizesOne size
Batik Swirl, Coral Reef 37391
SizesOne size
Batik Swirl, Coral Reef 37391

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