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A warm cape for days when the leaves are falling off the trees
I can't remember how many stitches I cast on, but I basically followed the Fibonacci sequence for the increases, as well as increases on both edges on every right side row. I will get around to writing it into a pattern and load the PDF.

I used two Magic Balls, a little bit more mohair and also a very small amount of Manos wool. You could, in theory, use any aran-weight yarn but I like using mohair for stuff like this. The fuzziness reminds me of the season, for some reason, and the yarn I used is beautifully soft.

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J W M.
J W M. · 1 project
Thanks everyone for the nice comments! I'll get a tutorial and PDF on here at the weekend. It's an easy knit and doesn't take much time Happy
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J W M.
J W M. · 1 project
Thanks everyone for the nice comments! I'll get a tutorial and PDF on here at the weekend. It's an easy knit and doesn't take much time Happy
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Libby W.
Libby W. · Stirling, Scotland, GB · 79 projects
This is really beautiful! You should be v. proud!
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
oooh please make a tute it's sooo beautiful and lovely, and i'm fond of knitting.
well done!!!!
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Marieke
Marieke · Espel, Flevoland, NL · 166 projects
Love it!
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