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The Mountain Hermit Garden Shrug [ Free Knitting Pattern]

Alright Crafties, I'm finally rolling out those pattern freebies again! This one is for my knitters and

comes right on time for the spring gardening season. The Mountain Hermit Garden Shrug is a cozy knit that fits a 50”/127cm bust, with easy instructions to size up or down.


It features wide sleeves and a cable twist down the spine.


For this pattern, I used a 4 weight acrylic yarn and 6mm knitting needles.





As always, if you want to support my content, there is a paid version of this pattern in my shop that includes instructions for a pocket add on, the sleeve cuffs, and a video tutorial.



Materials

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1,456yds of CYC 4 weight yarn








Fray Check


Abbreviations

C/O - Cast on


K - knit


P - purl


*] - Repeat from * to end


M1 - Make 1 increase


ch - chain


sc - single crochet


sc3tog - single crochet 3 together


sl st - slip stitch


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Pattern

The Body


C/O 152 or in mults of 2 + 2 for selvedge


Row 1: selvedge, K69, P1, K10, P1, K69, selvedge


Row 2: selvedge, P69, K1, P10, K1, P69, selvedge



Row 3: selvedge, K69, P1, K10, P1, K69, selvedge


Row 4: selvedge, *P1, K1, selvedge


Rows 5 - 16: Repeat Rows 1-4


Row 17: selvedge, K69, P1,[ Cross left K5], P1, K69, selvedge


Row 18: selvedge, P69, K1, P10, K1, P69, selvedge


Row 19: selvedge, K69, P1, K10, P1, K69, selvedge


Row 20: selvedge, *P1, K1, selvedge


Row 21: selvedge, K69, P1,[ Cross left K5], P1, K69, selvedge


Row 22: selvedge, P69, K1, P10, K1, P69, selvedge


Row 23: selvedge, K69, P1, K10, P1, K69, selvedge


Row 24: selvedge, *P1, K1, selvedge


Rows 25 - 188: Repeat Rows 21 - 24


Rows 189 - 192: Repeat Rows 1-4


Cast off.



Lay fabric out wrong side up. Fold fabric (hamburger style) making sure the wrong side is still facing up and seam together the ends, with either the darning needle or crochet hook, so that you have an armhole on each side and an opening for the body in the center.


*Fun Note: The more rows you make, the looser and more cocooon-like your shrug will be.


The Collar

Round 1 - While keeping the work inside out, connect yarn with your crochet hook and ch 1. Proceed to sc into each “stitch” around the body. When you reach the corners under the arms of the garment sc3tog. Join the row with a sl st and pull up a loop


Round 2 - With your circular needles, pick up a stitch in each of the sc around


Round 3 & 4 - P2, K2Round 5 - *P2, K1, M1,K1]Round 6-10 - P2, K3


Cast Off.



Thanks for stitching with me!


Happy Making!

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