Australian Homespun



• Laines du Nord Merino Yak 50g: 12 balls in Colour 10 (sage)

• One pair of 4.50mm (UK 7/US 7) knitting needles OR 4.50mm (UK 7/US 7) circular needle (or size needed to give correct tension)

• Wool needle

Finished sizes:

Width (approx): 65cm (25 1/2in) Length (approx): 153cm (60in)

Note: This is an intermediate skill-level knitting project. Quantities are approximate as they can vary between knitters. Check the ball bands to ensure all yarn is from the same dye lot.

Laine du Nord yarns are distributed in Australia by Calor Yarns.


 = approximate, = beginning, = centimetres, = continue, = knit, = purl, = pattern, = pass slipped st over, = remain/ing, = repeat, = right side, = slip, = stitch/ es, = 1 row K, 1 row P, = together, = wrong side, = yarn forward to make a stitch. = make one st by picking up loop that lies before next st, place on left hand needle and knit into back of loop.

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