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WHITE BUFFALO is a 6 ply untwisted yarn, made in Canada from select qualities of virgin wool. WHITE BUFFALO is unique - beautiful, soft and gentle. When yarn is twisted, the more twist the harder the yarn, the less twist the softer. WHITE BUFFALO has no twist is softl . it WHITE BUFFALO is a pleasure to work with. The six strands provide bulk and warmth without weight You will be delighted with how much faster and easier you can knit with it This pattern book contains seven of our ma-r, D~O~ a' Canadian designs with easy to follow instructo-:s 2~8 graphs. Imagine the cntbusiasrr- of your family or friends upon receiving a WHITE BUFFALO sweater, knitted by you.

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Purchasing the yarn Handling the yarn Gauge Sizing How to follow a chart Multi-coloured design Pockets (optional) Pullover (optional) Bomber Jacket (optional) Finishing Care of Garments Cleaning Suggested Colour Combinations Collar (All Patterns) Patterns 6110 6124 6131 6714 6727 6728 6729

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PURCHASING

THE YARN

All yarn for a garment should be purchased at the sa+e time. Be sure that each ball of the same colour has :~e same dye lot number printed on the label to ensure e en colour in the finished garment. QUANTITIES OF YARN REQUIRED ARE SHOW 0 EACH PATTERN. Most patterns require 3 coleu-s - +a'n, background and pattern. It is usual to choose ,\~:a '0- ,na background in order to provide contrast for the parte+ colour which is usually dark. When a marl is selectee : s used as the main colour. "Marl" means that the 6 st-ancs consist of white and colour strands, which when knit produce a tweed effect. SEE PAGES 4 TO 6 FOR SUGGESTED COLOUR COMBINATIONS AND COLOURS USED IN THE ILLUSTRATIONS. HANDLING THE YARN To begin, lay the ball of yarn the ends from the outside of the yarn, keeping all strands stitches twist the yarn a few on a flat surface. Take all of the ball and start to unwind together. Before casting on times.

Recommended measurements of the cardigan for various sizes are as follows: Length from back of neck to hem
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Back width In. 16 17 18 '9 20 cm 41 43 46 48 51 53 56 59 61

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HOW TO FOLLOW A CHART Patterns for a cardigan are provided in chart form. (Modifications to produce pullovers or bomber jackets are shown on page 3). Each square on a chart represents one stitch. Colours are indicated by the symbols explained on the chart for the back. Begin "reading" a chart at the bottom right hand corner and work across from right to left, just as you would knit a row. Begin second row, following the chart from left to right. Continue reading back and forth in this way, increasing or decreasing stitches and changing colours as indicated by the symbols. MULTI-COLOURED DESIGN

Individual strands will not break with normal handling. If by chance a strand does break, simply overlay the broken ends and rub them together in your palms, then continue knitting. When starting a new ball or colour, do not cut the yarn. Pull it apart to produce tapered ends, then weave the ends along the wrong side of the knitting. This makes a smooth join and eliminates darning in ends. (See MULTICOLOURED DESIGN) GAUGE Gauge is the term given to the number of stitches to the inch or centimetre that are obtained on the piece of fabric knitted. The number of stitches per inch or centimetre depends upon the material used, size of needles, and tension of the work BEFORE STARTING TO KNIT it is important to knit a sample to ensure the correct gauge so the correct size will be achieved in the finished garment. GAUGE FOR THESE PATTERNS 11 stitches = 4 inches (10.2 cm) 15 rows = 4 inches (10.2 cm) We recommend body and No.4 IS

When two or more colours are used in one knit row, there are three methods of dealing with the colour(s) not in use. You should select the most suitable method at each colour change location. 1. The Woven Method When colours are changed frequently as in a repetitive pattern the colours not in use are woven along the inside of the garment as 'ollo'.'is. For knit rows: Colour if' use is ~e o in right hand in normal way. Colour carried or woven at back is held taut over middle finger of left hand, knit stitch In normal way. Still holding colour not in use over middle finger, insert needle in next stitch Jrder colour being carried, knit stitch allowing colour be no carried to slip off needle and pulling colour in .ise :n'o.:i'gh stitch onto right hand needle. =0' oor rows: ~o G yarn in same manner, working under one stitch and o. er next with colour being carried. 2. "ne Stranded Method When there is concern that a dark pattern co c..r ce ng carried behind will show ti1rougi1 a _"~'e O'~": CD our in use - the darx colour not ~ use "1a, :;8 car-teo loosely along the inside of the gar~en: - 8L: : S~DU d be woven over and under the colov r use a: eas: every three stitches at the centre poir: 0' .nose stitches. 3. The Coloured Pattern Method When a colour is not required for a large number of stitches, as in either side of a large motif or blocks of design such as birds, animals or diamonds, it is not necessary to carry that colour behind the colour in use. A separate ball of yarn or strands of yarn may be used for each large section of pattern colour and when not in use are left dangling to be picked up again on the next row. When changing colours, pass colour to be used underneath and around to right of colour being dropped to prevent the two colours from separating and causing a hole in the work.

No.1 (7.5 mm - 11 U.S.) needles for the (6 mm - 10 U.S.) needles for the ribbing.

Knit 11 stitches and 15 rows with No.1 needles. This should be 4 inches (10.2 cm) square. If too small use larger needles. If too large, use smaller needles. SIZING The sizes produced for the cardigan or pullover on the accompanying charts, based on the recommended gauge of 11 stitches and 15 rows to 4 inches (10 cm) are shaded on the following table. Specific measurements for an intended wearer can be produced by adding or deducting stitches or rows and converting the measurements at the recommended gauge. It is important to remember that 1. 3Y, inches (9 cm) of the length of the body and sleeves are produced by the ribbing. 2. If rows are added or deducted, keep the number of rows between the designs uniform on back, fronts and sleeves so the designs will continue to match on the completed garment

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POCKETS (OPTIONAL)(not suitable for Bomber Jacket) Pockets are not shown on charts for these patterns, but may be added to front panels as follows: 1. To make pocket lining Using No.1 (7.5 mm - 11 U.S.) needles and main colour yarn cast on 16 stitches. 2. Knit 1 row, purl 1 row for a total of 17 rows. Do not cast off, transfer onto a holding pin or spare needle. 3. Front panels (a) Right after ribbing, follow graph to end of 12th row. (b) Start 13th row (this should be a knit row). For size 32 knit 4 stitches For size 36 knit 5 stitches For size 40 knit 7 stitches For size 44 knit 8 stitches (c) Knit 1, purl 1 stitch (for ribbing) for next 16 stitches. You should now have 4 (5. 6, 8 stitches left. Now knit to end 0' 'C s, (d) On 14th row purl 4 5. 6. 8 s: :~~es. '<~:' our 1 on the next' 6 s: .c-ies .• cv s~~_ c ~o ...."ave 4 5. 7 8 s: .cnes e~ c .: :: e.... 0= "ON. :; (e) On' 5:' '0 , ,~. ': 13th row. (f) On 16th row (pG' ':; the 14tb row 'e:,=,,: :':;::8::_'e ''O:=c: :':;ce:Jure as for the

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The accompanying charts for a cardigan may be modified to produce a bomber jacket style (which comes down to the bottom of the waist as compared to mid-hip for the cardigan) as follows: 1. Cast on 2 fewer stitches for each of the fronts and 4 fewer stitches for the back than as indicated for the size on the charts for the cardigan. 2. Knit ribbing as per instructions on the charts, with the decreased number of stitches as per 1 above. Because of the fewer number of stitches in the ribbing, the increases on the last row of ribbing will be 4 stitches on the fronts (instead of 2) and 8 stitches on the back (instead of 4). The increases should be worked in evenly on the last row of ribbing. 3. Change needles per instructions on the chart. Start the charts for the fronts and back on the 19th row above the bottom of each chart (all sizes). You will note that the bottom panel of pattern and background shown on the chart will be omitted for the bomber jacket. In addition, the bottom panel of row decreases for smaller sizes are omitted for the bomber jacket. FINISHING

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(g) 0'" '-;~ 'a .~ . - 5 stitches, Cast off nex: • 5 s: :C~8S Co ~os "ave 4 (5, 6, 8) st;:c'" es €+: ... : :: ena of row. (h) Or' B:- ':; :::"'.! 5.6,8) stitches. Take your oa.c- 0- :-8 ~o eng pin and purl the 16 st .cnes c=:o :"e needle, joining patch to sweater. Connnue to purl to end of row. You are now ready to resume graph. For size 40 only: Follow the directions for one front. Reverse stitch count for the other front. 4. Sewing Preferably, sewing should be done after all pieces are pressed. Twist wool tightly for sewing. Slipstitch 3 sides of pocket lining in place on inside of sweater. Bottom of patch should meet 1st row after ribbing. PULLOVER (OPTIONAL) The accompanying charts for a cardigan to produce a pullover as follows: may be modified

DARNING THE ENDS See "HANDLING THE YARN" to avoid the necessity of darning in ends on colour and ball changes. When darning in ends, weave along a row for 2-3 inches (5-8 cm). Cut off remaining yarn. A large plastic bodkin works best with WHITE BUFFALO yarn. PRESSING All pieces EXCEPT THE COLLAR AND THE RIBBING should be pressed, pattern side down, pressing from the wrong side. Block each piece by pinning out around the edges (do not stretch edges). Press lightly using a damp cloth and warm iron. SEWING SEAMS When sewing, twist wool tightly. Sew every stitch to avoid holes. Pin fronts and back together, making sure design matches. Sew ribbing using an overhand stitch. On the rest of the sweater pick up a loop right behind the edge of one • side and then across on other panel right behind edge. Continue in this manner until seam is closed. For the collar, pin the centre of the collar to the centre of the back neck. Pin the cast on and cast off stitches to cast off stitches of neckfront so that only the short increase side of the outer edge of collar is showing. Sew as above. SEWING IN ZIPPERS A gross grain ribbon (width No.5) underneath the zipper makes a better job. Ribbon length should be 1 inch (2.5 cm) longer than opening. folding in Y2 inch (1.3 ern) at each end. Measure length of opening carefully for zipper length, '1laking sure edges are not stretched (to avoid sag). Pin in zipper .ribbon first, if used) on wrong side, making sure design matches and that the two edges of sweater meet when zipper is closed. If ribbon is used sew in with slipstitch with edge side. all around starting

1. Cast on twice the number of stitches for the size as indicated on the left front instructions (For example, for size 32 cast on 44 stitches instead of 22). 2. Knit the ribbing as per instructions (with twice the number of stitches). Note that the increase on the last row of ribbing will be 4 stitches in total rather than the 2 stitch increase indicated separately for the right and left sides. 3. Start the chart at the point indicated for the left front. Knit across the left front chart and continue across the right front chart as though the two charts were joined. 4. On the collar edge, the first stitch decreases are on a knit row for the right front. At the paint of the first decrease make the decrease for the right front, putting the left front on a holding pin. Complete the right front graph. Then pick up the left front from the holding pin and complete. 5. A reinforcing stitch should be sewn into the collar join to prevent pulling at this stress point.

Stitch zipper in position using backstitch, in middle of zipper band. Slipstitch edge of zipper to ribbon on sweater.

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CARE OF GARMENTS When a garment is not in use it should be stored' 2.: - 2. drawer or cupboard. Hanging the garment on a ha-;:;e- ~hook will affect the shape.

Our Design Department will gladly give you any assistance or advice on White Buffalo designs if quer.es are accompanied by a ball bag and stamped addressee envelope and mailed to our Design Department. Directions have been thoroughly tested by hand knitting experts. However, we cannot be responsible for variance of individual knitters, human errors or typographical mistakes. This pattern is the property of White Buffalo Mills Ltd. anc may not be reproduced by any method without written permission.

CLEANING The garment may be washed or dry cleaned. Dry cleaning will cause the wool to lose some of its natural oils. WASHING INSTRUCTIONS

1. Before washing measure the chest, body and sleeves. 2. Washing should be done using lukewarm water. 3. Thoroughly dissolve a cold water soap in water, place the sweater in the suds and squeeze gently. Do not rub or leave to soak. 4. When garment is clean, squeeze out as much water as possible. Do not lift the garment by a corner from the wash or rinse water. Always lift as a bundle. 5. Rinse twice in clean, cool water, adding a tablespoon of olive oil or lanolin to the final rinse to retain water repellancy. 6. Remove excess moisture by rolling in a thick towel and lay garment on a flat surface away from bright lights, excess heat and not in sunlight. Do not hang. 7. While still damp, gently push sweater back to its original size and shape.

SUGGESTED COLOUR COMBINATIONS
* Indicates colours shown in pattern photo

PATTERNS Main

No 6110 and 6124 Background Marl 60 White *60 White *60 White 60 White *60 White *60 White 60 White 60 White Pattern 80 31acK or 51 Charcoal 80 Black or '51 67 Dark Brown 67 Dark Brown or 65 Seal Brown 67 Dark Brown or *65 Seal Brown 67 Dark Brown or 66 Cocoa Brown or *65 Seal Brown or 46 Seal Beige 65 Seal Brown or 46 Seal Beige 53 Midnight Navy or 50 Blue or 51 Charcoal 20 Cranberry Charcoal or 17 Dark Grey or 17 Dark Grey or 67 Dark Brown *80 Black or 51 Charcoal

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*71 Dark Grey Marl *61 Light Grey Marl 57 Dark Brown Marl *72 Seal Brown Marl *64 Seal Beige Marl 63 Light Beige Marl 54 Light Blue Marl

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, Indicates PATTERN Main '51 Charcoal 17 Dark Grey 16 Light Grey 67 Dark Brown 66 Cocoa Brown 65 Seal Brown '46 Seal Beige 36 Light Beige 53 Midnight 50 Blue 52 Light Blue Navy No. 6131 Background '60 White 60 White 60 White 60 White 60 White 60 White '60 White 60 White 60 W"i!e

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No. 6729 Background 60 White 60 White '60 '60 White White Pattern 51 Charcoal '65 '50 or 50 Blue or 53 Midnight Navy

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60 White 60 White 16 Light Grey 60 White 52 Light Blue 60 White 60 White

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, Indicates PATTERN Main 60 White 60 White 60 White 51 Charcoal 17 Dark Grey '16 Light Grey No. 6727 Background 52 Light Blue 16 Light Grey 46 Seal Beige 60 White 60 White '60 White 60 White '60 White 60 White 60 White 60 White 60 White 60 White Pattern 50 Blue or 53 Midnight Navy
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LEFT FRONT (Graph shown on right side of page) Using No.4 (6 mm-10 U.S.) needles and MAIN COLOUR. For size 32 cast on 22 stitches For size 36 cast on 24 stitches For size 40 cast on 26 stitches For size 44 cast on 30 stitches Knit 3Y2' (9 cm) of ribbing, (knit one, purl one), increasing 2 stitches evenly on last row of ribbing (increasing 3 stitches for size 40). Change to No.1 (7.5 mm 11 U.s.) needles (and change colours if indicated on g'aa" and start graDh a: 00'": indicated ,'; :~ a <" : .;:: *On the inside edges 0" e front wnere zinaer ,', :;3 affixed. in order to :'C ce a good fir sr- and :'6.2": -:::= catching n Z p:Jer-S first stitch ana pL _

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PATTERN No. 6729
SLEEVE
USing No 4 (6 mm-10 U.s.) needles and MAIN COLOUR For size 32 cast on 22 stitches For size 36 cast on 24 stitches For size 40 cast on 26 stitches For size 44 cast on 28 stitches Knit 3 lI," (9 cm) of ribbing (knit one, purl one), increasing 4 stitches evenly on last row of ribbing-all sizes Change to No.1 (75 mm11 U.S.) needles (and change colours if indicated on graph) and start graph at point indicated with a knit row. Raglan Shaping on Shoulder Seams On the first two rows of stitch decreases for the shoulder seams (the first knit row and the first purl row) bind off at the beginning of each row the number of stitches shown as a decrease. On all further knit row decreases At beginning of row slip one knit one, pass slip stitch over At end of row knit to last two stitches, knit two together. On purl row decreases (at top of sleeve). At b(~g'nnlng of row slip one. purl one, pass slip stitch over At end of row purl to last two stitches, purl two together . • Omit these rows for size 40
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