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Spruce Up And Get Ready For Another Stylish With This Falling Leaves Rauna Cardigan
Another wonderful creation design by Sincerely Pam at We Crochet, The Falling Leaves Ruana has a wide, rectangular back that splits at the neck into two smaller panels. The perfect gift to give.
To work on this garb, you will be needing Capretta Superwash Yarn, a new level of luxury with Capretta Superwash! This cushiony soft-fingering weight yarn is sure to be loved at first stitch; blending Merino and cashmere together with a touch of nylon for strength. Capretta is perfect for special socks, luxurious mitts, soft scarves, and lightweight cardigans that you will want to wear all year long.
You will also be needing a US-size 7 crochet hook. That’s approximately 4.5 mm if you prefer to use the metric system.
Need help with crochet hooks? We have an excellent article that can guide you through choosing the right kind of hook. You can check it out here: Crochet Hooks: The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Right Crochet Hook.
The pattern is available in one size. Once finished, the width across the back panel measurement ranges from 39 43, 47, and 51 inches. That’s approximately 99.06 cm to 109.22 cm in width and 119.38 cm to 129.54 cm in length if you prefer to use the metric unit.
Moreover, it comes with detailed written instructions as well as a diagram to guide you with the project. And you can check the recommended gauge to get a more accurate measurement.
If you want more information on crochet gauge, here’s an article that you’ll find useful: Crochet Gauge: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Gauge Right.
Exudes the outgoing side of yourself with this lovely cardigan. This will also keep you from cold bites.
You can download the FREE pattern for this adventurous garment from the We Crochet website.
To get the FREE downloadable pattern, please click here: Falling Leaves Ruana Cardigan Pattern
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Capretta Superwash Yarn