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Umiña 5146 Neck Wrap, Socks, Hat & Fingerless Gloves by Jenny Watson


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Thistle 10019
Au Naturale 10001
Silver Cloud 10003
Aster 10030
Thyme 10025
Huckleberry 10027
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This 4 piece collection designed by Jenny Watson is perfect for the advanced beginner or intermediate knitter.  A roomy beanie hat, fingerless mitts with extra long cuffs, buttoned neck wrap and crew length socks will fit almost any woman.  All components to the collection are designed on Umiña, a luxurious blend of Royal Alpaca and Extrafine Merino Wool that is perfect for against-the-skin garments.  The yarn combines the sheen, softness and drape of Royal Alpaca with the bounce, elasticity and softness of Merino Wool. 

Kit includes pdf & printed pattern and selected yarn. Please select button choice for Neck Cowl by entering in "Notes" at checkout.  For yarn winding services, click here.

  Worsted/Aran Weight

DESIGNER RECOMMENDED YARN: Umiña by Mirasol (50% Royal Alpaca / 50% Extrafine Merino Wool; 100g/247yds): 1 Skein will make 1 hat, 2 mitts, or 2 socks.  2 Skeins will make 1 Neck Wrap. Shown in colors Blue Moon, Ruby, Clementine.

SIZE: One size
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Beanie: unstretched circumference 20.5", Socks: up to Ladies size 9, Mitts: fits average sized woman's hands, Neck Wrap: 8" wide by 34" long
YARDAGE:  247-496yds
SKILL LEVEL: Advanced Beginner - hat & mitts. Intermediate-socks & neck wrap-heel shaping & button band

NEEDLES: Size US 6 / 4mm & US 3 / 3.25mm Double Pointed Needles, Straight Needles (cowl only), & 16" Circular Needle (hat)
OTHER TOOLS: Stitch Marker, Stitch Holders or waste yarn & 3 buttons measuring .75-.875" diameter
GAUGE: 22 sts x 28 rows = 4" in stockinette stitch on larger needles.  Please swatch to match gauge.

About Mirasol -Sumptuous yarns are a luxury that you can afford when selecting Mirasol, a Fair Trade company from Peru which dedicates a portion of every sale to education by funding a school in the remote region of Puno where many shepherds and their families reside.  To learn more, visit

    Images by Mirasol & Yarn Loop

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