Start your Downton Abbey Knitalong Project NOW!

Downton-Abbey-season-four-cast-photo-2013-2014   This year's DOWNTON ABBEY KNITALONG PROJECT for Season Four of the popular television series will be a lovely wrap with a lace sampler border. Each week you will receive a new section of the lace border to work on during the new episode on Sunday evenings. HOWEVER, you MUST KNIT THE BODY OF THE WRAP NOW in order to be ready for January 5th when we issue the pattern for the first lace section of the wrap's border. The patterns will be available each week on our RAVELRY GROUP PAGE or via email if you SIGN UP to receive emails. The wrap requires approx. 1120 yards of heavy DK or light worsted weight yarn and an equal amount of mohair to be worked two strands held together on a size US 10 needle. We are using 4 skeins of STRING THEORY MERINO DK and 3-4 skeins of SHIBUI SILK CLOUD mohair (adding the mohair is optional). Whatever yarn you choose, START KNITTING THE BODY OF YOUR WRAP NOW! The directions are available at the store or on our ravelry group page at www.ravelry.com/groups/woolwinders-yarn-shop and get ready for a great new season even without Matthew...
December 28, 2013 by 1
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Carolyn

Carolyn said:

I can’t seem to find the instructions for the body of the shawl on your website or on ravelry.
Thanks,
CLBS

admin

admin said:

The pattern will not be found on our website. If you would like to follow along with us you may request to be added to our email distribution list or you can find the free pattern each week on our ravelry group page. Once you have signed in to ravelry, you will need to join our group—Woolwinders Yarn Shop. After you have joined our group you will have access to our group page where the pattern is located under the section entitled “Fresh discussion threads.” Under this section, the instructions for the first section of the pattern are in a thread entitled: “Downton Abbey Wrap KAL: SECTION ONE DIRECTIONS.” Hope this helps!

Carolyn

Carolyn said:

Yes! Helpful. I had already joined your group on ravelry. Thanks!
Carolyn

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