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About This Pattern:
Yarn: 620 yards total of fingering weight yarn in three colors: 220 yards of stripe color A 210 yards of stripe color B 190 yards of border color Optional: 10–15 grams (40–70 yards) total of fingering weight yarn for four tassels. We used 2 skeins of Woolfolk Tynd, 1 each of #0 (stripe color A) and #11 (stripe color B), and 1 skein of Woolfolk Sno in #00+27 (border color).
Needles:US 5 / 3.75 mm 40–60” circulars (or two circulars, each at least 32”) or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: 4 stitch markers (1 unique for beginning of round), darning needle, scissors, measuring tape
Gauge: 5 stitches & 10 rounds per inch in stockinette after blocking