Comfy waistcoat with waterfall front. Knitted sideways with short-row shaping for fit and lovely drape. The version in the pictures was knitted in Noro Kibou, a lovely blend of cotton, wool and silk in a range of self-striping colours, but this pattern looks equally interesting in a solid or semi-solid yarn.
It is knitted in one piece from side to side. It can be knitted on straight needles but you may find a circular needle easier as you won't have to hold up the knitting as it gets heavier. Edging around the armholes is knitted in the round.
Length: 72 cm
Width at top: 120 cm
Width at bottom: 142 cm
Materials: Noro Kibou (135 m p. 50 gr) or Tall Yarns Trinity Twist (260 m p. 100 gr)
Metreage: 1080 (8 x 50gr balls of Kibou)
Tension: 19 sts and 30 rows to 10 cm.
Notions: One 4.5mm circular needle (80 cm). Short lengths of waste yarn to do invisible short row knitting. A darning needle to weave in your ends.
This scarf is knitted in Linen Stitch, using 3-ply yarn that runs 600m per 100 gr. The pattern offers 2 sizes.The sample in the picture is the small size, which has...
of the garment:Oversized cardigan in simple, geometric shapes that is easy to combine with a wide range of dress styles.The combination of stocking and garter stitches adds texture and...
The Wing’m is an asymmetrical scarf that is knitted holding 2 strands of 4-ply or sport weight yarn together and alternating small patches of knitting stitches with either 1 or...