Indigirl Patterns - Cilantro Pattern Suggested Yarn

Indigirl Patterns - Cilantro Pattern
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Cilantro was created with big wrappy scarves that easily scrunch around your neck in mind. It's a triangle-shaped wrap, not entirely unlike a shawl. But Cilantro is a bit asymmetrical, and designed to be worn wrapped up, not extended across the shoulders.

By casting on at the point, and working in pattern until you're nearly out of yarn, Cilantro uses up every yard. Even better, Cilantro can be worked successfully with nearly any gauge of yarn. Use the yardage specified for worsted-weight and sock-weight as a general guideline, and pick a needle size two sizes larger than what you'd use for stockinette.

Instructions are provided in both written and charted form. Finished Size: approx. 40" at short edge and 52" along sawtooth edge.
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Product Information (for Cilantro Pattern)

Finished Gauge:
20 (5 sts. / inch)
Garment Type:
Shawls, Wraps, Ponchos
Suggested Needles:
For worsted-weight version, US 10 straights; for fingering-weight version, US 6 straights.
Suggested Yarns:
Manos del Uruguay Maxima for Worsted Weight pattern (as shown in picture), Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light for Fingering Weight pattern.
Wearer:
Women
Yarn Gauge:
Fingering (27-32 sts/4 in)
Yarn Yardage:
300 yards for worsted-weight yarn, 400 yards for fingering-weight yarn.

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This Indigirl Patterns - Cilantro Pattern requires a fingering (27-32 sts/4 in) yarn. We offer many types of yarn in the fingering (27-32 sts/4 in) weight. Some options are listed below, but you can always go to the advanced yarn search page to see all available options. Of course, due to differences in individual knitting styles, you should always measure your gauge prior to beginning any project.

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