Pattern 9892 - Special Aran with Wool

Sweaters

Classic round neck sweaters with a twist. One features stitch detail across the body while the other has detail across the top with contrast stocking stitch throughout. The round necklines make them ideal for layering too.  

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Special Aran with Wool

Special Aran with Wool is 80% premium acrylic and 20% wool and comes on big 400g value balls. It has all the great qualities of our 100% acrylic Special but with a bit of wool added too. As with all our yarns it is machine washable.

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Weight: Aran

Composition: Plain shades: 80% Premium Acrylic 20% Wool.
Nepp shades: 77% Premium Acrylic, 20% Wool, 3% Viscose

Ball Size: 400g

Meterage: 816m/892yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron


You will need: A pair of 4mm (UK 8 – U S 6 ) knitting needles and a pair of 5mm (UK 6 – US 8) knitting needles, cable needle, stitch holders.

Crew Neck Sweater
Sizes81-86 cm
32-34 in
91-97 cm
36-38 in
102-107 cm
40-42 in
112-117 cm
44-46 in
122-127 cm
48-50 in
Special Aran with Wool, Champagne 550722222
Boat Neck Sweater
Sizes81-86 cm
32-34 in
91-97 cm
36-38 in
102-107 cm
40-42 in
112-117 cm
44-46 in
122-127 cm
48-50 in
Special Aran with Wool, Stormy Grey 551022222

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