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Quechua

Cora is a simple oversized tee knit with Berroco Quechua. This piece is knit from side-to-side and features a deep scoop neck and rolled edges.

finished measurements:  Bust – 60 (64, 68, 72, 76, 80)"; Length – 24 (24, 25, 25½, 26½, 27)"; Shown in Size 68". Note: This garment was designed to be very oversized and drapey. Please take this into consideration when selecting your size. If you do not want as much fullness as shown in photo, make a smaller size.
Yarn: BERROCO QUECHUA (50 grs): 7 (7, 8, 9, 9, 10) hanks #1354 Palace
needles and notions: 29" circular needle, size 6 (4.00 mm) or size to obtain gauge; 1 stitch marker, Waste yarn to hold stitches.

 


Geidi
Four colors of this delicious merino, alpaca, and yak yarn are combined with a very simple slipped-stitch pattern to create a fresh and fun-to-knit slouch hat. Mix and match your favorite colors of Berroco Quechua to make it your own!

finished measurements: Approximately 20 (22½)" around and 9½" high (not including pompom) Shown in size 20"
yarn: BERROCO QUECHUA (50 grs): 1 hank each #1370 Raven (MC), #1356 River (C1), #1326 Damask (C2), and #1321 Fennel (C3)
needles and notions: 16" circular needle, size 2 (2.75 mm) or size to obtain gauge; 1 set double-pointed needles (dpns), size 2 (2.75 mm); 1 st marker, Tapestry needle


Ceridwen is an architectural lace pattern is knit lengthwise, then stitches are then picked up along the side of the border. Short rows are worked in garter stitch to form the body of this crescent-shaped shawl.

finished measurements Approximately 62" across top x 11" down center (at widest point)

yarn BERROCO QUECHUA (50 grs): 3 hanks #1354 Palace
needles and notions 29" or longer circular needle, size 7 (4.50 mm) or size to obtain gauge Note: You may want to knit the edging on a shorter length circular needle. Also, you may want to use a needle 1–2 sizes larger for binding off. 2 st markers

 


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