for Fiber Dreams 2011
Patterson: "Ancamna (ahn-kam-nah) is a water goddess from continental Celtic mythology, known from inscriptions in the Moselle valley, near the German city of Trier, northeast of Luxembourg. As both the color and the fluidity of the lines created by the different stitch patterns remind me of water, naming this design Ancamna seemed fitting. Front and back are worked separately, then seamed. Both charted and written stitch instructions are included."
(A most elegant tunic. You will lay waste to your wardrobe looking for different pieces to wear it with, and also have a wonderful excuse to go out and buy more-- Ed.)
- In by
- all stitch patterns charted
- schematics included
- sewing required
- all season
- straight (flat)
- xs, s [m, l, 1x,]: 32½, 35½ (39, 42, 47] inches, 82.6, 90.2 [99.1, 106.7, 119.4] cm.
- digital PDF has 3 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 3.75 mm
- US 5
- 19.5 over pattern
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