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High Quality Socks, Textiles and Worsted Yarns Designed & Spun in Devon

Sweet Clementine

£4.50

by Francesca Hughes

Whimsical autumnal evenings with the leaves gently falling, were the inspiration for the Sweet Clementine Shawl. The shawl will provide just that light but extra warmth around your shoulders, while the colours blend with those of Autumn. If you prefer another season or have a special occasion in mind you can check John Arbon Textiles 2-3 ply colour selection.

The shawl is knit with a centre square, then stitches picked up around the centre square and knit in the round using beautiful lace stitches and combinations of yarn overs and garter stitch for interesting textures.

Yarn 
John Arbon Textiles Alpaca 2-3 ply (600 meters / 100g) 

(A) Clementine - 1 skein (B) Natural Fawn - 1 skein

Needles

3.75 mm Circular needles – 80cm  / US 5 – 31inches


15 st markers, plus 1 different

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
44 inches x 44 inches approx                          
Tension in st st:
35 rows & 28 sts = 4”


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John Arbon Textiles & Fibre Harvest - British makers of unisex socks, yarns and fibres

As John Arbon Textiles we are a small family-run business, nestled in North Devon producing a wide range of luxury socks in the UK. Sister company, Fibre Harvest, uses traditional worsted machinery to process & spin fine quality British yarns ... one of only a handful of small scale Worsted Mills still operating in the UK.

Our production concept is simple – a return to the old style of textile manufacture ... sourcing raw fibre (locally wherever possible) & converting it in Britain into high quality hand knit yarns & the very sock yarn used to knit our luxury British made unisex socks.

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