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Valley Yarns 1107 Arroyo PDF

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Valley Yarns 1107 Arroyo PDF
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Valley Yarns Arroyo is a women’s popover vest that makes a lovely layering piece for a cool summer night knit in Westfield. This sweater features a deep v-neck, split hem with a slip-stitch textured body. Arroyo can be dressed up or down and is perfect for three-season wear. The sweater is knit flat in two pieces and then seamed for structure. Valley Yarns Westfield is a luxurious blend of Merino, silk, and yak in a versatile DK weight. Westfield fibers take the dye slightly differently, resulting in beautifully nuanced shades that will add depth to projects. The slip stitch pattern is charted and written out.

Skill Level:
XS (S, M, L, XL) (2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL)
Finished Measurements: Shown in size S with suggested 4–6” positive ease
     Bust – 33½ (37½, 41½, 45½, 49½) (53½, 57½, 61½, 65½)”
     Length – 18 (18½, 19, 20, 20½) (21, 22, 22½, 23)”
Yarn Requirements:
Valley Yarns Westfield (60% Extrafine Merino Wool/ 20% Silk/ 20% Yak; 50g/120yds)
     MC – 3 (3, 4, 5, 5) (6, 7, 8, 9) balls shown in 100 Natural
     CC – 3 (3, 3, 3, 4) (4, 4, 4, 5) balls shown in 108 Blush
     US 5 (3.75mm) 16” & 24–32” circular
US 6 (4.00mm) 24–32” circular
22 sts and 32 rows = 4” in the slip stitch pattern on US 6 (4.00mm), blocked
22 sts and 22 rows = 4” in the rib stitch pattern on US 6 (4.00mm), blocked

This pattern was updated on 12/15/2021. View errata here. If you purchased the PDF version, the newest version is available in your pattern library
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Bottom Up ,
Seamed ,
Stripes ,
Worked Flat ,
Worked In The Round
Yarn Weight

DK | Light Worsted


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I’m new to color work so I had a lot of questions. A question to the email suggested on the website brought NO response. It probably has nothing to do with the designer so muddling through, making a few mistakes it is beginning to make sense for me. Using the chart and the written instructions, they are very clear. All patterns should designate ease recommendations. This one seems short but maybe that it because it is from a few years back. Styles change.