Colonnade by Stephen West via Knitty Fall 2009
Free Pattern
Yarn: Manos del Uruguay [100% wool; 138yd/126m 									per 100g skein]  									[MC] 									G-Coffee; 1 skein  									[CC] 									115-Flame; 2 skeins Recommended needle 								    size: 1 								  40-inch US #10/6mm circular 								  needle, 1 								  set US #10/6 mm double-point needles 								  (for I-Cord loop; only two are used)
CommentsThis would be great for almost any worsted hand spun.

Colonnade by Stephen West via Knitty Fall 2009

Free Pattern

Yarn: Manos del Uruguay [100% wool; 138yd/126m per 100g skein]
  [MC] G-Coffee; 1 skein
  [CC] 115-Flame; 2 skeins

Recommended needle size: 1 40-inch US #10/6mm circular needle, 1 set US #10/6 mm double-point needles (for I-Cord loop; only two are used)

Comments
This would be great for almost any worsted hand spun.

Colonnade by Stephen West via Knitty Fall 2009
Free Pattern
Yarn: Manos del Uruguay [100% wool; 138yd/126m 									per 100g skein]  									[MC] 									G-Coffee; 1 skein  									[CC] 									115-Flame; 2 skeins Recommended needle 								    size: 1 								  40-inch US #10/6mm circular 								  needle, 1 								  set US #10/6 mm double-point needles 								  (for I-Cord loop; only two are used)
CommentsThis would be great for almost any worsted hand spun.

Colonnade by Stephen West via Knitty Fall 2009

Free Pattern

Yarn: Manos del Uruguay [100% wool; 138yd/126m per 100g skein]
  [MC] G-Coffee; 1 skein
  [CC] 115-Flame; 2 skeins

Recommended needle size: 1 40-inch US #10/6mm circular needle, 1 set US #10/6 mm double-point needles (for I-Cord loop; only two are used)

Comments
This would be great for almost any worsted hand spun.

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