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At The Crossing is a great introduction to fair isle knitting which knits up quickly and yields dramatic results. Urth Yarns Uneek Worsted and Harvest Worsted superwash merino yarns are hand dyed by artisans in Turkey using roots, fruits and nuts to create earthy semi-solids and vibrant variegated colorways that play together nicely. With so many possible color combinations, we know you'll want more than one of these!
Yarn quantity: 1 skein each of Uneek Worsted and Harvest Worsted for cowl, up to 4 skeins in combination for shoulder cozy. See pattern for additional details.
Needles we recommend: US #9 24-inch circulars
Pattern: At The Crossing by Amy Johnson, available for purchase on ravelry.com.
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