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Attic 24 is full of the impressive pattern but this ‘Neat Wave’ we would like to recommend especially. We combined here two patterns worked out by Lucy of Attic – Neat Wave stitch and finally blanket ‘Moorland. Let’s listen to her author… This flawless example makes a delicately undulating wavy stripe utilizing three fundamental sew lines. It’s likewise a truly flawless approach to playing with shading, I think that it’s astounding how the hues appear to move into each other with the good and bad times of the wave design.

The “sew wave” isn’t another idea by any methods – the general thought of it has existed for quite a while in the general population area similarly as a granny square or swell/chevron stripe has. I need to be clear and say that I’m not asserting it as mine. I’ve outlined my own elucidation, utilizing two columns for each stripe, and just three distinctive lines to make the ascent and fall of the waves. Share your work in our group.


Full article with free the pattern of Neat Wave Pattern is here, to get Moorland Blanket follow this link, the yarn type and weight with other details go to Ravelry

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