Short Description: As we welcome a change of season, cooler weather and more time with our needles, this original MKAL pattern features a yarn that is woolly warm, and a pattern that features the texture and depth we love from cooler weather knits. Tolt Yarn and Wool’s Snoqualmie Valley Yarn (No.2) is the inspiration behind this design - a unique lightweight DK single source yarn coming from, you guessed it, the heart of Snoqualmie Valley
Gauge: 18.5 sts x 42 rows = 4”/10 cm in Garter Stitch, unblocked (gauge isn’t crucial for this project, however, changes might result in a different yardage requirement.)
Finished Measurements: 71”/180 cm across top of garter section,
Materials Used: "3 skeins Tolt Yarn and Wool Snoqualmie Valley Yarn No.2. 100g, 280yds; 100% BFL and Clun Forest Wool; www.toltyarnandwool.com Or 840yds/770 meters DK weight yarn.
Needle Size: US 7/4.5mm needles, 24” circular (some might feel more comfortable with a lengthier circular for the few longer rows, however I knit the entire sample on 24” circular.)