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Old 03-02-2009, 09:48 AM   #1
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CANADIAN LIVING PATTERN in magazine
My question is: Can I use a DK of any type as very very limited yarn stores here. OR is that like a baby weight?

One size cowl.

8 {50g} Sirdar Eco wool DK Color 204 Flint.

ONe 4mm circular needle, 60 cm long or whatever you require to get tension below.

Tension:
22 sts. and 28 rows = 10CM {4ins}.
in stocking stitch.

TO MAKE;

Cast on 300 sts; join in rnd.

work [k2, p2] ribbing until cowl
from geb. measures 45.5. cm [18ins];

cast off in rib.

Weave in ends.

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Old 03-02-2009, 10:32 AM   #2
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Any sort of DK yarn should work as long as you are getting the gauge (tension) specified: 22 sticthes and 28 rows to 4 inches.

You might want to find an online review of the Sidar Eco to find out what sort of texture it is to help narrow down your selection.
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Most baby yarn is thinner than DK, so you would need to sub another DK or a sport yarn. A thin worsted like Caron's Simply Soft might work too.
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