As rich and beautiful as the Berber area it is named for Tamazya is a deeply textured lace blanket worked with a geometric inner pattern and ornate outer border. This stunning cover is created with a strand of worsted weight wool and laceweight mohair for visual stitch definition and a slight bloom. The picot border is worked on the WS and the bumps are blocked out for emphasis.
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 52x52”
MATERIALS: Knitpicks Aloft [75% mohair, 25% silk, 246yds/25g]; color 25204 cranberry, 5 balls
Knitpicks Wool of the Andes [100% peruvian highland wool, 110yds/50g]; color 23419 holly berry, 11 balls
1 set US #8/5mm 60 inch circular needle
Tapestry needle, stitch markers (4), blocking wires.
GAUGE: 13 sts/19 rows = 4” over charted pattern after blocking, gauge is not critical for this pattern