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Cofaidh, Scots Gaelic for “Coffee” is a crescent-shaped shawl with classic delicate details, a textured body, and distinct lace to create a versatile wardrobe accessory, perfect for dressing up with your fancy garbs or down with a t-shirt and jeans for your next outing. As always, this pattern is easy to memorize once you begin, creating a meditative and relaxing knit experience, perfect for alongside morning coffee (or tea) or in those quiet moments.
Yarn: 640 m/ 700 yards/ 160 g of Fingering Weight Yarn
Specific Yarn Used in Sample: 2 skeins of Fiber Art’s Studio Sparkle Sock yarn “Coffee Time” by Yoriko Oki
Needles: 3.5mm / US Size 4 circular needles, 32” minimum length.
Notions: Stitch Marker, blocking tools and tapestry needle.
Gauge: (blocked) 22 sts x 56 rows in Sl st body pattern
Finished Measurements: 250 cm/ 100” wingspan with a 46 cm/ 18” depth in the centre.
You can find the original yarn used in the sample here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/FibreArtStudio
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Thank you to my tech editor Melinda of rhyFlower Knits and to all of my wonderful testers for making this a great pattern. As always, instructions are in written and chart when applicable. The pattern has been tech-edited and tested. Thank you to my tech editor rhyFlowerKnits and to my lovely bunch of talented testers
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