Ash­down For­est

The Knitter - - Ashdown Forest -

THIS OPEN FRONTED pon­cho drapes around the shoul­ders beau­ti­fully to of­fer cosy com­fort. It can also be worn with one front pinned to the op­po­site shoul­der, as in our pho­to­graphs. Sarah Hatton’s de­sign fea­tures mock ca­bles, clus­ter stitches and moss stitch. The fab­ric feels won­der­fully warm, thanks to the use of an aran-weight wool from West York­shire Spin­ners. The Croft Shet­land Colours is a pure Shet­land Is­land wool, which is avail­able in 12 warm shades.


One size. Width: 88cm (34 in) Length from shoul­der: 65cm (25 in)


West York­shire Spin­ners The Croft Shet­land Colours Aran (Aran weight; 100% wool; 166m/182yds per 100g skein) Melby (551); 8 x 100g skeins


4.5mm (UK 7/US 7) cir­cu­lar nee­dles, 100cm long 5mm (UK 6/US 8) cir­cu­lar nee­dles Stitch hold­ers


21 sts and 27 rows to 10cm over patt on 5mm nee­dles

YARN STOCK­ISTS West York­shire Spin­ners 01535 664500 www.wyspin­ SPE­CIAL ABBREVIATIONS

MC: Mock ca­ble - Sl 1, K1, yo, K1, pass slipped stitch over last 3 sts. Clus­ter 5 sts: yfwd, slip next 5 sts onto RH nee­dle, ybk, slip these 5 sts back to LH nee­dle, yfwd, slip next 5 sts onto RH nee­dle.


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