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Blue Mountain Bulky Shawl
"Hello again friends! When I purchased the bulky Alize country yarn back in September, I wasn’t aware it was not yarn. Turns out, it’s a long cord made from something like mohair thread, and it can be knitted by hand, or very large sized needles. And since I didn’t have a pair of knitting needles larger than 8 mm, I scored the local knitting and yarn shops for some large needles. For me, I found that 20 mm needles or larger were the most suitable to work with this yarn. I experimented with not one, but three designs before I settled with the one I was most satisfied with for this kind of yarn, and the quantity I have. So here it is, a simple shawl, yet so warm and elegant. The color choices and sequence are vital factors in making it look cosy. By presenting this post, another 2018 resolution of mine has been achieved, which was making a project with bulky warm yarn."
NotesPlease keep in mind that you are free to make the size you prefer, just keep on knitting by following the simple pattern until you get the size you desire.
Knitting Needle Size35 or 19 mm
Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
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