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The Daydreamer by Andrea Mowry

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  • Suggested yarn: The Farmer's Daughter Fibers Mighty Mo, The Farmer's Daughter Fibers Soka'pii. Both are used in this pattern. The Farmers Daughter Fibers Soka’pii 100% Rambouillet Wool (248 yds (227 m)/50 g) in Elk Antler 7 (7, 8, 9, 10)(11, 12, 13, 14) skeins. The Farmers Daughter Fibers Mighty Mo 70% Kid Mohair, 30% Silk (459 yds (420 m)/50 g) in Napi 
    3 (3, 3, 4, 4)(5, 5, 5, 6) skeins
  • Yarn weight: Sport
  • YARN : Fingering Weight (248 yds (227 m)/50 g) 
    1570 (1740, 1956, 2201, 2430)(2675, 2897, 3110, 3445) yds 
    1436 (1591, 1789, 2013, 2222)(2446, 2649, 2844, 3150) m 
    316 (350, 394, 443, 490)(539, 584, 627, 694)g 
    Mohair (459 yds (420 m)/50 g) 
    1112 (1233, 1386, 1560, 1722)(1895, 2053, 2203, 2440) yds 
    1017 (1127, 1267, 1426, 1574)(1733, 1877, 2015, 2232) m 
    121 (134, 150, 169, 187)(206, 223, 240, 265) g 
    Fingering weight and Lace Mohair are held together as one strand. You can also sub in a Sport weight yarn. A number of my testers used Sport weight yarn successfully. If you purchase the weight amount called for under Fingering (IE 316 g for size 1) then you should have enough to complete the sweater. Keep in mind gauge and any modifications will effect this number and this is only a suggestion.
  • Gauge: 26.75 stitches and 31 rows = 4 inches in Honeycomb cables in the round after blocking
  • Needle size: US 5 - 3.75 mm, US 3 - 3.25 mm
  • Sizes available: 1 (2, 3, 4, 5)(6, 7, 8, 9)
  • *Gorgeous hard copy pattern with protective sleeve. This item will be shipped.* 

I wanted a v-neck cropped sweater with loads of my favorite stitches - honeycomb cables, twisted stitches, and bobbles! I held a rustic single ply wool with a strand of silk mohair to get the perfect blend of strength and softness. This sweater is perfect with high waisted trousers and skirts or layered over dresses and tunics. Sometimes I even flip it around and wear a high neck in the front and the V-neck in the back!

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