Dots and Dashes Scarf and Hat Kit

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For this month’s Maryland Showcase, we are featuring the first long distance telegraph system set up in the United States. The invention by Samuel Morse featured a message made up of a series of dots and dashes, so we used Lisa Lucia’s Dots & Dashes Double Knitting pattern. We used our Anacostia Superwash in Worsted weight and abbreviated the chart pattern when making the hat.  This made for a quicker knit. Choose your garment and yarn color. To view kit color names, click zoom and read caption below. (Hat - approx 420 yards; Scarf - approx 650 yds; Hat and Scarf - approx 1,000 yds)

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For this month’s Maryland Showcase, we are featuring the first long distance telegraph system set up in the United States. The invention by Samuel Morse featured a message made up of a series of dots and dashes, so we used Lisa Lucia’s Dots & Dashes Double Knitting pattern. We used our Anacostia Superwash in Worsted weight and abbreviated the chart pattern when making the hat.  This made for a quicker knit. Choose your garment and yarn color. To view kit color names, click zoom and read caption below. (Hat - approx 420 yards; Scarf - approx 650 yds; Hat and Scarf - approx 1,000 yds)

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For this month’s Maryland Showcase, we are featuring the first long distance telegraph system set up in the United States. The invention by Samuel Morse featured a message made up of a series of dots and dashes, so we used Lisa Lucia’s Dots & Dashes Double Knitting pattern. We used our Anacostia Superwash in Worsted weight and abbreviated the chart pattern when making the hat.  This made for a quicker knit. Choose your garment and yarn color. To view kit color names, click zoom and read caption below. (Hat - approx 420 yards; Scarf - approx 650 yds; Hat and Scarf - approx 1,000 yds)

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For this month’s Maryland Showcase, we are featuring the first long distance telegraph system set up in the United States. The invention by Samuel Morse featured a message made up of a series of dots and dashes, so we used Lisa Lucia’s Dots & Dashes Double Knitting pattern. We used our Anacostia Superwash in Worsted weight and abbreviated the chart pattern when making the hat.  This made for a quicker knit. Choose your garment and yarn color. To view kit color names, click zoom and read caption below. (Hat - approx 420 yards; Scarf - approx 650 yds; Hat and Scarf - approx 1,000 yds)

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