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Note from Sundara...I had an interesting customer request that I couldn't say no to because it sounds like such a fabulous project I thought some of you might want to knit it as well. This lovely customer sent me this inspiration photo and said she wanted "highly variegated" yarn that made her "feel like she was wearing summer." She needed 6 skeins of aran merino to knit Purl Soho's Half and Half Triangles Wrap. (Go look. We'll wait. Also: free pattern!) It's a whole lot of garter, so the highly variegated yarn is needed to make all that knitting interesting. I hope I succeeded because I don't think I could get any more color into a skein if I tried. That's some variegated yarn.
The catch, project-wise, is the pattern calls for fingering and, obviously, this is aran. Our lovely customer figures that since the total weight of yarn needed for the big size of the shawl is 600 grams of fingering, 600 grams (or 6 skeins) of aran yarn should work if you knit the project on size 8 or 9 needles and just downsize the pattern based on your bigger gauge. I agree. You could also knit the smaller size with 4 skeins (or 400 grams of yarn) if you wanted. From the hour I spent looking at this project on Ravelry, I'm pretty sure this should all work. And then you can wrap yourself in summer all year long.
"A Year of Summers" will not be dyed again. Updated: 4 skeins left.
Extra Fine Aran Merino is 181 yards and 100 grams of 100% super wash merino.
4.5 stitches per inch on US 8/5mm needles.
Gently hand wash in tepid water for project longevity.
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