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Diamond Bolero

By: Free Vintage Knitting

Some fashion trends simply never die. Learn how to knit a shrug today with the easy-to-follow Diamond Bolero pattern. This absolutely gorgeous knit is the one accessory you don't want to have to go without. With the help of this knitted shrug pattern, you can create an elegant knitted accessory you're sure to want to pick up over and over again. This versatile knitted shrug will not only keep you shielded from those chilly nights but also have you looking absolutely stunning no matter what the season. Jazz up your date night outfit and get ready to walk the streets looking like an old Hollywood movie star.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge8 stitches, 11 rows, 1 inches. stockinette stitch

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Wow. This one is really a blast from the past. The included picture is a classic too. This would be such a retro piece to have in your wardrobe. This looks like an accessory from the sixties or earlier. It is not for a beginner but for a more advanced knitter as some of the stitches are difficult to work.

My sister in law loves boleros. She can pull them off much better than myself. Her birthday is in two months so I have time to make her one of these. The directions are easy and explained very well. I just need to decide on a color. I can't go wrong with an off white.

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