Patchwork Jacket by Claire Montgomerie for Inside Crochet: Yarn pack only

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Patchwork Jacket by Claire Montgomerie for Inside Crochet: Yarn pack only

Yarn pack for the Patchwork Jacket by Claire Montgomerie as featured in Inside Crochet issue 155. For more information click HERE for the Inside Crochet website or HERE to order a copy.

Inspired by beautiful handmade quilted patchwork jackets, this garment is easy to hook as it is constructed from simple granny squares, which can be arranged in a myriad of
different patchwork inspired patterns.

Sizes: S (M, L)
To fit bust: 76-100 (101-130, 131-160)cm / 30-39 (39-51, 50-62)in
Back width at hem edge: 90 (100, 110)cm / 35.5 (39.5, 43.5)in
Cuff to cuff: 180 (200, 220)cm / 70 (78.75, 86.5)in
Length from shoulder: 52.5 (57.5, 62.5)cm / 20.5 (22.5, 24.5)in
Sleeve length: 35 (40, 45)cm / 14 (15.75, 17.75)in

The yarn pack includes the required yarn for each size in the pattern. Milburn DK: 

Yarn A: Rust x 2 (2, 3) balls
Yarn B: Thyme x 3 (4, 4) balls
Yarn C: Compost x 2 (2, 3) balls
Yarn D: Catmint x 2 (2, 3) balls
Yarn E: Black Tulip x 2 (2, 3) balls
Yarn F: Bramble x 2 (2, 3) balls
Yarn G: Althaea x 3 (4, 4) balls
Yarn H: Wicker x 3 (4, 4) balls
Yarn I: Tea Rose x 3 (4, 4) balls
Yarn J: Natural x 4 (4, 5) balls

All yarn packs come with the added bonus of a discounted price compared with purchasing the components individually.

About Milburn DK

This yarn is so light to wear, and yet lovely and warm and hardwearing, with gorgeous, rich depth of colour and a beautiful sheen from the silk. It's great for a really wide range of projects, and being machine washable makes it a bit more practical.

Yarn info:
85% British Bluefaced Leicester, 15% Mulberry Silk
50g balls
3.5 - 4.5mm needles (US 4 - 7)
3.5 - 5.5mm hook (US E-4 to I-9)
12 WPI
Machine washable on a gentle/wool cycle
Lay flat to dry

We recommend that if you are planning to use a dark colour with a pale colour to make a swatch with them both and wash it to make sure no colour contamination occurs before starting your project. Hot water in particular can make colours run; if in doubt use cool water and no soap/detergent.

Image used courtesy of Inside Crochet
Photography by Mavric Photography