Granny Keep Warm Set
The classic granny is a firm favourite of mine and this sweetly simple set is a joy to wear,
especially when made luxurious with a touch of cashmere.
Full written pattern for a cowl and mitts, both worked in the round using granny stitch and a simple border. Including, stitch abbreviations, full colour breakdown, photo tutorials for special stitches and helpful links.
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Suitable beginner project, basic stitches, clear instructions and no shaping.
Basic stitches and a simple decrease, which is explained in the pattern.
Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino
8 balls in one of the following sets of colours:
2 balls of Pale Lilac (608) and 1 ball of each of the following: Mink (064), Damson (087), Peach Melba (068), Flame (306), Baby Pink (601), Primrose (001)
2 balls of Ecru (101) and 1 ball of each of the following: Baby Pink (601), Fuchsia (088), Mint (033), Teal (203), Duck Egg (026), Primrose (001)
Sport or Light DK yarn in various colours
Mitts: 70 yards approx, Cowl: 170 yards approx
Please note: Photos both show the cowl and mitts with Amber (066) instead of Primrose (001), however Amber has now been discontinued. Please see pictures to the left for colour palettes showing Primrose.
Hook | 3.5mm (E) 4mm (G)
Materials | Yarn needle
Mitts: 17cm (6.5”) high, 20cm (8”) diameter
Cowl: 29cm (11.5”) high, 72cm (28.5”) bottom diameter, 48cm (19”) top diameter
Gauge | 6 clusters (18 sts) and 13 rows over 10cm square in granny stitch
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