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Noncho

Launched just in time for National Bubble Tea Day, this "not a poncho" Noncho uses DK weight yarn in two (or three) colors and a US 6 circular needle. Included in the pattern are details for a fingering-weight version.  

Color A 62 (72, 80, 90)100, 105, 115 yds / 57 (66, 74, 83)92, 96, 106 m
Color B: 337 (380, 431, 485)531, 569, 625 yds / 309 (348, 394, 444)486, 521, 572 m
Color C: 225 (253, 289, 322)355, 380, 416 yds / 206 (232, 265, 295)325, 348, 381m

Released

April 30

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Birdwatcher

After knitwear designing, this is Sharon from Security's priority.  A versatile bottom-up summer tee, with a lace panel and customizable length.

Materials: 2 (2, 3, 3, 3)3, 4, 4, 4 skeins of fingering weight yarn (400 yd skeins) and US 4 needle (32"-40" length)

Released:

March 28

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Raspberry Cordial

A  mini MKAL in collaboration with Lady Dye, celebrating Anne of Green Gables. 

 

Materials: One skein (400 yds) of fingering weight yarn, and 2 mini-skeins. of 80 yds each and a US 6 circular needles (24" or greater).

Released:

March 12

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Powder Wrap

The Powder Wrap was designed in Julie Asselin Nurtured in Naturel. It took approximately 840 yards (so the 900 is to be safe since it varies from yarn to yarn.) If you wish to do it in fingering weight yarn, it will require approximately 620 yards (so way less than one cone!) Julie Asselin Nurtured may be acquired here. You will want to use between a US 4-US 6 for the fingering weight version, depending on the fabric that you like. (22 sts.4” is the goal.)

Released

Feb 2021

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Little Lulu

Little Lulu is like a pretty sweatshirt that you knit. Designed to be worn with 4-8” / 10-20.5 cm of positive ease and cropped. Wear with yoga pants, jeans, or just underwear during your pandemic Zoom call, it is versatile. Knit in DK-weight yarn (1150 - 2070 yards (1052 - 1893 m) using a US 6 needle for a gauge of 21 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches.

Released

Sept. 2020

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Lady Edith cowl

Lady Edith, is the underdog of Downton Abbey, the journalist, the one who won’t take any backtalk. She’s Sharon From Security’s favorite, along with the Dowager Countess Grantham (see The Countess of Grantham Hat that was also published for Downton Abbey fans.)

Requires
375 yards of fingering weight yarn
10g mohair (these usually come in 50g hanks.)

Released

Jan 2021