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Berroco booklet #397 - Pixel

   
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The speckled dye–effect in this 100% superwash wool dk weight yarn makes fun knitted projects for everyone, kids and grown-ups alike.
 
Patterns included:
 
Matilda child's sweater designed by Amy Christoffers - Requires 650 to 1640 yds of dk weight yarn, depending upon size.  Simple and sweet, this kid’s sweater pattern is knit in pieces to get the fun, wide stripes to show up (check out Granger for an idea of what the stripes look like in wider pieces). Raglan construction and easy garter stitch make this a breeze to knit.
 
Granger cardigan sweater designed by Amy Christoffers - Requires 980 to 1640 yds of dk weight yarn, depending upon size. An easy-to-knit and easy-to-wear cardigan is knit in one piece from the top down, with raglan sleeves and pockets set into the bottom ribbing.
 
Fern Poncho designed by Brenda York - Requires 980 to 1310 yds of dk weight yarn, depending upon size. Two colors of Berroco Pixel are combined to give color depth to this swingy hexagon poncho knitting pattern, though you could just as easily knit it in one color. Fringe is added in finishing.
 
Meg scarf designed by Brenda York - requires 650 yds of dk weight yarn for a finished scarf approximately 9" wide and 62" long. Mitered squares and two colors of Berroco Pixel create a bright and bold scarf knitting pattern.
 
Ramona and Beezus hat designed by Amy Christoffers - requires 328 yds of dk weight yarn for a finished hat 14 (16, 18)“ around x 8½ (9½, 11)” high (unstretched). This easy ribbed hat knitting pattern comes in three sizes, so you can make one for yourself and give others as gifts!
 
Miss Honey wrap designed by Donna Yacino - requires 655 yds of dk weight yarn for a finished wrap approximately 62" across and 26" down at the center.  This triangular shawl pattern is knit from the center-top outward in an easy to memorize eyelet stitch pattern.


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