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Amber's Wrap

designed by Edith Murphy


Silky Alpaca Lace

Silky Alpaca Lace is a beautiful
blend of fibers spun into a
gossamer yarn that creates an
lightweight fabric. The alpaca in
this yarn provides warmth and
a soft halo, while the silk adds a
subtle sheen to the knitted stitches.
Worked with larger needles,
Silky Alpaca Lace makes lovely,
light-as-air shawls, garments and
accessories.

Skill Level
Intermediate

Finished Measurements
Approx 17½” wide and 67½” long

Yarn
Silky Alpaca Lace by Classic Elite Yarns
(70% alpaca, 30% silk;
50 g = approx 440 yards)
4 balls 2404 Rosy

Needles
Knitting needles in size US 7 (4.5 mm)
or size to obtain gauge.

Other Materials
Waste yarn for st holder or spare
needle in same size as main needle

Gauge
16 sts and 22 rows = 4” in Leaf Lace
patt using two strands of yarn held
together, blocked. Take time to save
time, check your gauge.

Amber's Wrap © 2016 Edith Murphy & Classic Elite Yarns
originally published in Issue 441 of the CEY Web-Letter • www.classiceliteyarns.com • blog.classiceliteyarns.com • @CEYarns
This pattern is specifically for private use only. All commercial uses involving reproduction of this pattern or duplication of this piece are
prohibited unless specifically licensed in writing by copyright owner. For more information, visit classiceliteyarns.com/newsletter.php.

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