fermata kit (with Japanese sentence patterns)
A wonderfully magical fermata.
It's a modified roll, like a shawl like a dickie. The elastic knitted neck is worn over the head, and the bodice that hangs down to the yoke is warm. Thanks to the well-balanced deformation, the arrangement can be freely arranged, and various winding methods are perfect. At first glance, you don't know what's going on, and it's a conversation starter that makes you say, "It's nice, but what's going on?"
We have prepared a kit with the specified thread Purl Soho Line Weight. It is soft to the touch and gently wraps around your face and neck. The feeling that was a little fluff is a gentle atmosphere. Even if you use a bright color that you don't usually use, it will blend in well and give you a nice accent color.
The front body and the back body are knitted in different lengths, then joined at the shoulder and knitted sideways. Again, separate each part at the neck and knit, then combine them again and knit to the end.
Purl Soho Line Weight 3Kase printing pattern (Japanese)
designed by Miki Teragaki
Finished size <br data-mce-fragment="1">Length: 167 cm (longest part)
Width: 45 cm (at widest point)
Purl Soho Line Weight
(100% Merino Wool / 100 g / 494 yds / 451 m)
Needle to be used・US 7 (4.5 mm) circular needle of 60 cm or longer
Other tools /stitch markers (2)
・Binding needles ・Spare needles, or stitch holders or separate threads
Sample color is Wheat Flour