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Coco - Day 8 PRE-ORDER

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Made in machine-washable Uptown Worsted, Coco is ready for winter adventures! Both hat and scarf are removable.

Please note: Coco says that if you’re making hot chocolate, marshmallows sure would be nice.

INCLUDED MATERIALS
  • Color copy of pattern
  • Universal Yarn Uptown Worsted (100% anti-pilling acrylic; 100g/180 yds)
    • 376 Umber (A) - 1 skein
    • 303 Cream (B) - 1 skein
    • 374 Beet (C) - 1 skein
    • 324 Black (D) - 1 skein
Optional Materials:
  • Naito* Bamboo Knitting Needles:  (if not getting all, let us know which ones you need)
    • US size 8 (5 mm) 24" circular for working flat
    • US size 8 (5 mm) 40" circular for magic loop
Coco Designed by Aubrey Busek

PATTERN NOTES
Coco is knit in pieces, stuffed, and sewn together. The head, arms, and legs are knit flat, while the body, scarf, and hat are knit in the round. A pompom is made for the tail and top of the hat, and the face is embroidered on as the final step.

SIZE
One Size

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Height: 16”
Width (across shoulders): 7”

NOT INCLUDED
Needle: US size 8 (5 mm) straight and set of DPNS or preferred method for small circumference knitting, or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers, fiber-fill stuffing, pompom maker

* Founded in 1948 in Japan, Naito Shoji has a long held tradition of quality. Now, Universal Yarns is proud to bring the no-twist circular needles of Naito Bamboo needles to our customers. We will be offering them exclusively in our kits.

Japan has its own sizing conventions when it comes to crafting. Universal has stickered the card with the closest US equivalent, while the Japanese sizing still imprinted on the needle itself.



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