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Verre

Verre

$5.00 USD



BY BRITTANY GARBER of KNOTBADBRITT 


Verre is a triangle kerchief worked from end to end with increases and decreases on one side. The pattern is a short repeat that includes a picot detail. The name Verre is taken from the French term Pâte de Verre, a French technique translating to glass paste. This technique uses a paste of powdered glass and pigments to
make beautiful glass pieces. The spontaneity of the colors made by the pigments are represented in the light and daring variegation of the yarn highlighted by the simplicity of the pattern.


Skill Level:
 Beginner


Notions:
 tapestry needle


Sizing

One Size

Finished Measurements:
80” x 13” / 203 cm x 33 cm


Yarn Needed:

494 yds (451 m) used DK weight yarn


Yarn

URU.Yarn Cotton Basic
100% Organic Pima Cotton
275 yds (251 m) / 100g per skein
Colorway: Reflection


This yarn is available as part of the August 2022 KnitCrate Knit & Crochet Club subscription.