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The Mini-Montrealer (by Vincent Deslandes)

$9.00

Une description en français suivra sous peu.

This pattern is available in English and in French as a digital download. Upon checkout, you will automatically receive a link to download a PDF file. If you chose the "Digital + Printed" format, you will receive the digital download immediately, and we will send you a signed, professionally printed booklet in the language of your choice. Patterns are shipped in a rigid mailer.

MEASUREMENTS
Sizes: 1 (2, 3, 4)(5, 6, 7)

Finished chest girth:
18 (20, 22, 24)(26, 28, 30) in
45 (50, 55, 60)(65, 70, 75) cm

Approx. age equivalence
0-6 mo (6-18 mo, 2 yo, 4 yo)(6 yo, 8 yo, 10 yo)

Choose a size that allows for 0 to 2 in (0 to 5 cm) of positive ease around the chest.

YARN
Weight: DK

Main colour:
335 (395, 465, 545)(640, 750, 885) yd
305 (360, 425, 500)(585, 685, 810) m

First contrasting colour:
90 (105, 125, 145)(170, 200, 235) yd
80 (95, 115, 135)(155, 185, 215) m

Second contrasting colour:
14 (16, 19, 22)(26, 30, 35) yd
13 (15, 17, 20)(24, 27, 32) m

Sample shown in Air de Lune Merino DK:
MC (Plain Yogurt), CC1 (Blue Bike), CC2 (School Bus)

NEEDLES
Circular needles, at least 16 in (40 cm) in length, in two sizes:
US #5 (3.75 mm), or size needed to obtain gauge
US #4 (3.50 mm), or one size smaller than main needles
Optional: Double-pointed or short circular needles in the same two sizes for the sleeves, if you’re not using the magic-loop method

GAUGE
22 sts and 32 rnds= 4 in (10 cm) in stockinette stitch with main needles

NOTIONS
Stitch markers (5, including one to distinguish the beginning of the round)
Crochet hook (of the same size as the needles used)
Tapestry needle

TECHNIQUES USED
Provisional cast-on
Raglan shaping
Sewn bind-off
Picking up stitches through the fabric
Kitchener stitch

English
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