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Salina by Rowan - Digital Version

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Knit this ladies fifties style sweater, a design from the Rowan archive that is now available to purchase online. Designed by Kim Hargreaves using the gorgeous yarn Felted Tweed DK (wool, alpaca and viscose), this design features contrasting moss stitch edgings and collar.
  • Yarn weight: DK

  • Needle Size: 3.25mm , 3.75mm

  • Format: Digital Download

  • Garment: Sweater

  • Pattern For: Adults , Women

  • Pattern Count: 1

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KP
08/15/2021
Kate P.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Quick delivery

As described. Thank you

KB
03/03/2021
Kate B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Digital Pattern

Brilliant service. No problems downloading my pattern. Thank you.

HC
11/18/2020
Helen C.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Roman felted tweed

Lovely to knit with.

SS
02/20/2020
Susanna S.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Purchase of wool

Not good at all. Cancelled my order in the end.

PM
02/11/2020
Pauline M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Digital Download Pattern

It was easy to download the pattern and then print it myself. I have just started knitting the sweater from this pattern and so far have encountered no difficulties. After I had printed the pattern I realised it did not have any reference for abbreviations used. I had to look up, elsewhere, what 'tbl' meant, when that abbreviation occurred! It means 'through back loop' but I had not encountered this before.