Machine Knitting Designs by Clair  
   
 

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1. Patterns are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Any commercial use is strictly forbidden without prior written consent.
2. You will not sell, copy or give away (electronically or otherwise) any of these patterns to ANY third party.


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#57 Lace Edged Top with Scooped Neckline and Detailed Sleeves

 
 

This pretty top has been made using one cone of fine crepe (available from Uppingham Yarns - see Links page for address); the garment is an easy to wear summer top.

The pattern is written in sizes ranging from 34 - 40" (86.5 - 101.5cm); the first size used approximately 200g.

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#58 Jacket with Turn Back Cuffs

 
 

This jacket has been knitted using one cone of Panama (available from Yeoman Yarns - see Links page for address) which is a lovely to wear cotton yarn.

The pattern is written in sizes ranging from 34 - 44" (86.5 - 112cm); the first size used approximately 455g.

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#59 Cardigan with Tuck Lace to the Waist

 
 

This garment was made using Pot Pourri 4-ply wool from Silver Viscount. Any 4-ply yarn can be used that knits to the correct tension.

The pattern is written in a range of sizes from 36 - 46" (91.5 - 117cm); the first size used approximately 362g for the 3/4 sleeve version.

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#60 Open Polo Neck Top

 
 

This useful garment was knitted using Worth's Polar 4-ply but any 4-ply yarn can be used that knits to the correct tension.

The pattern is written in a range of sizes from 34 - 48" (86.5 - 122cm); the first size used approximately 240g plus 25g of contrast yarn.

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