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Options sweater is worked top down in the round so you can try it on as you work on it to ensure a good fit. Cropped length and bell sleeves take you from winter to spring as a perfect layering piece for the high wasted pants and long dresses. And…several sleeve options are included so you can make this again and again:
- bell sleeve shown here
- classic long sleeve (with thumb hole option!)
- classic short sleeve
NEEDLES - US#6/4.00 mm - 16”/40cm circular needles for neck rib; US#7/4.50mm – 24”/60cm and 16”/40cm circular needles or DPNs for main body and sleeves
GAUGE - 18 sts/24 rows per 4"(10cm) in Stockinette Stitch blocked with US#7/4.50mm needles
YARN WEIGHT - Aran weight(approximately 100 yards per 50 g)
YARN AMOUNT - 725(800, 875, 1000), (1150, 1250, 1350) yards
The sweater uses Aran weight yarn – the blue sample uses Malabrigo Rios and the second sample uses madelinetosh tosh mo light and Crooked Kitchen Yarn KidMoSilk Lace held together to get gauge. The charcoal sample is so light and warm! Dive into your stash and see if you have two yarns you can hold together for an unusual effect. Keep in mind that if you are holding two yarns together, you will need double the yardage.
YARN RECOMMENDED - Malabrigo Yarn Rios
NOTIONS - Tapestry needle, scrap yarn, markers
FINISHED SIZE - Bust 32” (35”, 38”, 41”), (44”, 47”, 50”)
Additional measurements are provided in the pattern
TECHNIQUES USED - Casting on/Binding off, Knitting and purling
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