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Coin Lace and Cable Wrap - Knit
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Jul 25, 2013 07:36:47   #
The wrap is a very quick knit, using double strands of DK weight (21-22 st/4in) yarn.
Size: 18 inches wide by 60 inches long after blocking.
Jul 25, 2013 07:41:09   #
knitnanny (a regular here)
Beautiful..thanks for sharing it..
Jul 25, 2013 07:43:01   #
I fell in love with this patten and adapted it to a scarf. Very easy pattern that looks harder than it really is.
Jul 25, 2013 15:14:00   #
thanks for sharing.
Jul 25, 2013 17:35:29   #
Thanks for sharing. Great site!
Jul 25, 2013 22:07:01   #
run4fittness (a regular here)
very pretty, thanks!
Jul 26, 2013 06:33:24   #
kiwiannie (a regular here)
Beautiful thankyou. :thumbup: :thumbup:
Jul 26, 2013 09:17:44   #
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Jul 26, 2013 20:28:49   #
kknott4957 wrote:
I fell in love with this patten and adapted it to a scarf. Very easy pattern that looks harder than it really is.

Really? It's very pretty, but I'm intimidated by the chart.
Jul 26, 2013 20:36:51   #
breeze075 wrote:
Really? It's very pretty, but I'm intimidated by the chart.

There is both written and charted instructions.
If you don't do charts, just follow the written instructions. :)
Jul 26, 2013 20:41:29   #
galaxycraft wrote:
There is both written and charted instructions.
If you don't do charts, just follow the written instructions. :)

Yes, now I see. I bookmarked/saved it, but didn't actually download it. Thank you!
Jul 27, 2013 12:57:17   #
That is lovely - Thank you for sharing.
Jul 27, 2013 22:14:18   #
Lovely, Thanks for sharing :thumbup:
Jul 27, 2013 23:37:41   #
dachsmom (a regular here)
I made it into a poncho. Sew the end on a diagonal to one side and its done!
Jul 28, 2013 03:11:48   #
Thank you Galaxycraft for the link to the pattern. I wanted to try something different, for the Prayer Shawls that I knit, but need a quick knit since I am so slooow.
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