Tarbolton boot toppers

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Language:
English
Brand:
Independent Designer
Designer:
Impeccable Knits
Craft:
Knitting
Yarn Weight:
Aran
Format:
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Featured Yarn:
Adriafil Stella Alpina
Notes:
Sample in Briggs & Little Soft Spun in Cream

Description

"Tarbolton" is an oft-played reel during Irish traditional music sessions; it goes by many names - Cooleen Bridge, Paddy in the Cornfield, Droichead Na Cuilin, among others. The tune is thought to have its roots in Scotland (western Scotland being the home to the town of Tarbolton). Can't help tapping your toes to this merry tune!

This cabled boot topper is worked in the round from the top (cabled portion) down. The front and back of the boot topper are identical. Size S is shown in the photographs; larger sizes are created by adding additional modified Honeycomb cable columns at the side of the boot topper. Each size has its own charts / written directions. Bind off is 'in pattern'.

Both charts and written directions are provided.

A photo tutorial for the Estonian Cast On is included as a separate PDF.

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