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Infinity Zen Crochet Cable Cocoon

I am so excited to share the Infinity Zen Cable Cocoon Crochet Pattern with you. It uses a fun and innovative design! Create a cozy cocoon sweater jacket with a cable that pops! And yes, we can easily put an awesome cable on top of a linen stitch with the new Briana K Infinity Crochet Method! It’s fun and simplistic design!

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Infinity Zen Crochet Cable Cocoon

Infinity Zen Cable Cocoon Supplies:

Size US I-9 (5.5mm) crochet hook


Sublime Baby Cashmere Merino Silk DK shown in colorway Smidge (184 yd balls)

As long as gauge is met, other yarns can be substituted:
Cascade Yarns Longwood Sport
Knit Picks Gloss DK
Patons (UK) Merino Extrafine DK
Peter Pan Merino Baby DK
Plymouth Yarn DK Merino Superwash
Rowan Baby Merino Silk DK

Yarn requirements:

Toddler: 800yds
Child: 1180 yds
S/M Adult: 2015 yds
L/XL Adult: 2350 yds
1X/2X: 2685 yds

Infinity Zen Crochet Cable Cocoon


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