Pattern 9803 - Amor

Ladies Accessories

This accessory pattern completes our first Amor collection. There's a lovely snood that pulls down over your shoulders to keep you warm. A textured striped scarf that is knitted in a mix of garter ridge stitch and a simple eyelet pattern with tassels. To finish it all off there's a matching set of garter ridge stitch mittens and a garter ribbed bobble hat.

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Amor

Knitters and crocheters are sure to fall in love with Amor which has 40% Superwash wool to give it a touch of luxury. The yarn has a subtle melange stripe effect and excellent meterage for an aran yarn so every ball goes a little bit further.

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Weight: Aran

Composition: 60% Premium Acrylic 40% Superwash Wool

Ball Size: 100g

Meterage: 240m/262yds

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


You will need: Pair of 4.5mm (UK7 - US7) knitting needles, Pair of 5mm (UK6 - US8) knitting needles, sewing needle, stitch holder. For Scarf: crochet hook for tassels.

Hat
SizesOne size
Amor, Berry 37541
Mittens
SizesOne size
Amor, Berry 37541
Scarf
SizesOne size
Amor, Meadow 37564
Snood
SizesOne size
Amor, Pebble 37553

There are currently no amendments for this pattern.

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