YARN: Oasis Camel Silk Fingering yarn (500 yds/457 m). Shown in color Teal Appeal (1 skein) and Violet Ink (2 skeins). If those colors aren't available, any shades from this category will work. We used a total of 6.1 oz or 871 yards.
SIZE: Approximately 40" wide x 90" long after blocking.
NEEDLES: US Size 5 ( 3.75 mm) 32" circular needles or longer to accommodate the large number of sts.
Notes From the Designer:
•A wonderful and delightfully simple pattern! You'll have it memorized in no time.
•Although simple to make, the finished result is stunning. Choose any combination of colors - do stripes, a gradient, a solid - even choose variegated yarn for this pattern. It can handle it!
•I named it Muscadine as the colors and comfy yet stylish look reminded me of wandering through a vineyard, sampling the muscadine wine as the sun sinks over the mountains on a crisp day.
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I am loving this project. I'm just a few rows into the striped section and it is interesting to see how the 2 yarns I chose are playing with each other. Can't wait to finish it!
Easy pattern to knit without having to look at the pattern.
This pattern is so beautiful. I am planning to use one variegated color. Ready to work it now!
I like this pattern... and am keeping in my Line up of things I want to knit. Thank you for your beautiful patterns!
Such a simple pattern, I have it on the go to watch tv. And it’s so fun as you get to play with colours and stripes. A must have pattern.
Have not had time to start on it. Just received my gorgeous Whimsy & Orenda Camel Silk Fingering yarn today. Can't wait to start!!!
I've been knitting for 60 yrs & have always used worsted or bulky yarn. I have "planned" using fingering weight but even when I buy the yarn I get intimidated. This pattern is easy to learn, fast to see results so "full steam ahead, I'm doing it!" Thank you Chandi for the video also; even though I always have a written pattern, it's very helpful to see it being done. PS, your yarns are beautiful! (Gives me something to save for...)