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Rowan Vildis Cushion PDF

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Rowan Vildis Cushion, designed by Arne & Carlos, is built on a groundwork of Norwegian folk art and the love of color! The knitting pattern uses Softyak DK and consists of one floral and one geometric design, which can be used with a plain cushion back or paired for a breathtaking result. Rowan Softyak DK is a blend of yak, cotton, and nylon that has the best of all worlds: the softness of cashmere combined with durability and washability. The intarsia and Fair Isle patterns are in chart form only.

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Skill Level: Easy
Sizes: One Size
Finished Measurements: 19¾” square
Yarn Requirements: Rowan Softyak DK (76% Cotton/ 15% Yak/ 9% Nylon; 50g/148yds)
     Version A: 
          Color A – 
2 balls shown in 248 Coast
          Color B – 1 ball shown in 243 Terrain
          Color C – 1 ball shown in 239 Plateau
          Color D – 1 ball shown in 232 Plain
          Color E – 
1 ball shown in 246 Lantana
          Color F 1 ball shown in 235 Pampas
          Color G 3 balls shown in 254 Canopy
     Version B: 
          Color A – 
2 balls shown in 248 Coast
          Color F 2 balls shown in 235 Pampas
          Color B – 3 balls shown in 243 Terrain
     Version C: 
          Color A – 
3 balls shown in 248 Coast
          Color B – 1 ball shown in 243 Terrain
          Color C – 1 ball shown in 239 Plateau
          Color D – 1 ball shown in 232 Plain
          Color E – 
1 ball shown in 246 Lantana
          Color F 2 balls shown in 235 Pampas
Needles: US 6 (4.00mm) single points
Gauge: 
     
22
½ sts and 31 rows = 4” in patterned stockinette stitch using the intarsia technique
     24 sts and 27 rows = 4” in patterned stockinette stitch using Fair Isle technique
     22 sts and 30 rows = 4” in plain stockinette stitch
     23 sts and 31 rows = 4” in a combination of intarsia and Fair Isle technique

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