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"Harriet" - Tank Top Knitting Pattern For Women in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran by Debbie Bliss in Debbie Bliss - DB327 - Downloadable PDF

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$7.65
"Harriet" - Tank Top Knitting Pattern For Women in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran by Debbie Bliss in Debbie Bliss - DB327 - Downloadable PDF
$7.65
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What you'll need

Vest
To Fit Bust: 81-86cm 92–97cm 102–107cm 112–117cm 122-127cm
Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran (opens in a new tab)
Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran
Silver (202)
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8 8 9 10 11
Tools & Other Supplies
4.00mm (US 6) Circular Needles (opens in a new tab)
4.50mm (US 7) Circular Needles (opens in a new tab)
5.00mm (US 8) Circular Needles (opens in a new tab)
4.00mm (US 6) Single Pointed Needles (opens in a new tab)
4.50mm (US 7) Single Pointed Needles (opens in a new tab)
5.00mm (US 8) Single Pointed Needles (opens in a new tab)
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Product Details

When the temperature drops, sometimes all you need is an extra layer, and Harriet is the perfect companion! A cabled tee with a deep ribbed hem and sides with a crew neck, this is the perfect way to beat a chill and stay sophisticated! Knitted in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran, there are over 30 shades to choose from in this gorgeously soft merino wool and cashmere combo.
Craft
Knitting
Designer
Debbie Bliss
Featured product
Finished Size
To Fit Bust: 81cm to 127cm (31.8" to 50")
Format
Downloadable PDF
Language
English
Needles Required
4.00mm (US 6) Circular Needles, 4.50mm (US 7) & 5.00mm (US 8) Single Point Needles
Number of patterns
1
Pages
4
Skill Level
Intermediate

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Recent reviews

The cables look very complicated but they’re really not. I’ve finished the back and working on the front. It’s really not a hard pattern. It’s worth the effort.

09/04/2024

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