Berroco Olneyville PDF -  ()
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Berroco Olneyville PDF

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Berroco Olneyville is a poncho knit with an easy garter stitch intarsia technique that holds two strands of yarn together but only changes one color at a time using Providence. Olneyville is a simple rectangle worked in a flat piece and seamed along one shoulder. Providence from Berroco is a single-ply, thick and thin yarn with flecks of contrasting colors spun into it. The Merino wool and baby alpaca give Providence softness while the silk adds strength and a slight sheen. This colorful DK weight is an excellent choice for this accessory. The color placement is charted and written out.

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Skill Level: Intermediate
Finished Measurements: Shown in size 24”
     After Seaming
24 (25¾, 27½)” across and 24 (25¾, 27½)” long
     Before Seaming – 24 (24¾, 27½)” across and 48 (49, 51)” long
Yarn Requirements: Berroco Providence (65% Merino Wool/ 20% Baby Alpaca/ 15% Silk; 50g/191yds)
     MC – 5 (5, 6) balls shown in 1106 Roger Williams
     CC1 – 2 balls for all sizes shown in 1125 River Walk
     CC2 – 2 balls for all sizes shown in 1130 Cliffwalk
Needles: US 9 (5.50mm) 24” or longer circular
Gauge: 14 sts and 24 rows = 4” in garter stitch with yarn held double, after blocking

This pattern is also available in Berroco 409 Providence

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