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Merced Vest Knit Pattern for Lirico Yarn

SKU 01228
$6.00
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Full color leaflet knit pattern for the Merced Vest by Grace Akhrem, a long (42.5") sleeveless pullover top perfect for cool summer evenings.

Note: This pattern can be FREE with the purchase of at least 3 balls of Lirico Yarn from Blue Pelican. Simply add the yarn to your cart and make a note in the comments at checkout.

Intermediate

Notes
Back and fronts are knit flat from side to side and seamed. A circular needle is recommended to accommodate the large number of stitches. Collar band is cast on separately and joined to the body as it is worked.

Materials
3 (4, 4, 5, 5, 5) x 100g balls of Louisa Harding “Lirico” SHOWN in 104-La Donna e Mobile (no longer in production - but there are several other gorgeous shades to choose from!)

US 9/5.5mm circular needle, 32in/80cm long.



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Jennifer Johnson, Blue Pelican’s owner and Hatteras Village native, creates most of the work in the shop. We also feature work from other local artists/artisans and craftspeople. When we want to share something that we can’t get locally, we look first for North Carolina crafters and then expand our search to American artisans making unique and limited production items.

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