White Buffalo Wool Cowichan Whale Sweater Knitting Pattern #6103 PDF - plus Bonus "Design Your Own" Charts Orca/Killer Whale B2G1 Sale

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White Buffalo Wool Cowichan Whale Sweater Knitting Pattern #6103 PDF - plus Bonus "Design Your Own" Charts Orca Killer Whale B2G1 Sale

This vintage pattern booklet contains all the instructions for the whale pattern shown on cover, both in a pullover and zippered style. There are optional instructions for pockets. Also included is general information (following a chart, sizing, gauge, care, using multi-colors, finishing & care). Raglan Sleeves.

Although originally designed for White Buffalo wool, any bulky, 5 or 6-strand unspun yarn, that meets gauge, will suffice.

Sizes: 32 - 44.
Gauge: 11 sts & 15 rows = 4" using 7.5mm Cdn #1 st.st.

Maximum Wool Required: (size 44--see pic#2 for other sizes)
Main - 6
Background - 2
Pattern - 2
Bonus PDF's
~ Blank charts - back, sides, sleeve with complete instructions.
~ Pattern for a hood instead of a collar- may need to be adapted, due to needle size difference
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The majority of toques are made with vintage, White Buffalo wool. The designs used are either White Buffalo patterns or personal variations.

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These are NOT authentic Cowichan toques created by the Salish First Nations of BC. Any recreated or similar designs are knit with pride and respect to all First Nations' traditional, cultural symbols. For more information on authentic Cowichan knitting go to:


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