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Cantera by Laura Reinbach NEW COLORS!


PRE-ORDER any 1 color
Pearl DST036
Pearl Ten DST069
Natural DST063
Gris DST212
Denim DST209
Matisse Blue DST415
Azul Profundo DST150
Paris Night DST052
Alice DST340
Ursula DST365
Swamp DST354
Purpuras DST872
Hollyhock DST148
Aniversario DST005
Neverland DST341
Aurora DST367
English Rose DST057
Cereza DST033
Sunset DST096
Frank Ochre DST035
Lettuce DST037
Fiona DST346
Diana DST886
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Shining and soft in Dos Tierras or Silky Merino, this cowl draws its name and inspiration from architecture, sculpture, and carving. Deep chevron ridges are striking and prominent in a single, semi-solid colorway, or can be used to highlight the beauty of a variegated shade.

The word cantera means ‘quarry’ in Spanish, inspiration derived from the carved looking cables in this piece.

Kit includes pattern and selected yarn. For yarn winding services, click here.

 DK Weight

DESIGNER RECOMMENDED YARN: Silky Merino by Malabrigo (51% Silk / 49% Merino Wool; 50g/150yds): 3 Skeins. Shown in Tatami.  PRE-ORDER now available!  Please allow at least 10 business days for your kit to arrive at your location.

ALTERNATE YARN: Dos Tierras by Malabrigo (50% Superwash Merino Wool; 50% Alpaca: 100g/210 yds): 3 Skeins.  This soft and supple yarn from Uruguayan Merino and Peruvian Alpaca is available in a stunning range of kettle-dyed colors.  These variegated colors can be rather subtle or strikingly mottled.  Yarn Lop recommends the tonal colors for this project so that you don't lose the texture in your finished knit.

SIZE: One Size
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 11.5” wide x 11.5” tall x 23” Circumference
YARDAGE: 450 yds.  Please keep in mind that yardage is an estimate.
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate - cables and working in the round

NEEDLES: Size US 6 / 4mm 20-24" circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
OTHER TOOLS: Removable Stitch Markers (2+2+2) in different colors, Stitch Holders or scrap yarn & Tapestry needle
GAUGE: 24 stitches x 32 rows = 4" in Stocking Stitch

Images courtesy of Malabrigo / Laura Reinbach.  Yarn photos by Yarn Loop.

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