IM­PROVE YOUR SKILLS

Simply Knitting - - Cowl & Mitts -

YOU WILL NEED

■ Jamieson’s of Shet­land DK (100% wool, 25g/75m)

1 ball of each (per pro­ject): Yarn A Char­coal, Yarn B Mist, Yarn C Peb­ble, Yarn D Da­mask, Yarn E Lomond, Yarn F Zo­diac, Yarn G Petrol

Note 1 ball of each of Yarns B-G is enough to make both projects, but you will re­quire 2 balls of Yarn A

■ A pair of 4mm nee­dles (for Mitts)

■ A 4.5mm cir­cu­lar nee­dle, 60cm long (for Snood) For yarn stock­ists con­tact Jamieson’s of Shet­land 01595 693114 www.jamieson­sof­shet­land.co.uk

TEN­SION

22 sts and 25 rows to mea­sure 10x10cm (4x4in) over Fair Isle us­ing 4.5mm nee­dles

MEA­SURE­MENTS

Snood 66cm (26in) cir­cum­fer­ence, 30cm (12in) long Mitts 22cm (8 in) palm cir­cum­fer­ence, 18cm (7in) long

AB­BRE­VI­A­TIONS

K1A/K1B knit 1 in Yarn A/B M1A/M1B make 1 in Yarn A/B For a full list see page 95

HOW TO USE OUR CHARTS

Start at the bot­tom right cor­ner. Read all rounds on the Snood chart from right to left. On the Mitts chart, read odd­num­bered rows (RS) from right to left, and even-num­bered rows (WS) from left to right. A row of squares rep­re­sents a row of knit­ting.

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