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women's pullover 94 - ona

 

 
 

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The Asymmetrical faux lace-up gives this unique ribbed pullover a couture look. The front slit shows off a little skin, shirt or camisole. For the lacing knit bias ribbon, purchase double sided ribbon, suede, any narrow trim or even light weight chain link.

For a casual look choose a contrasting color for the lacing, for a dressy look choose silk ribbon in the same color as the yarn. Imagine the sweater knit in black with a matching silk ribbon and a matching camisole.

The pattern is clearly written with schematic for each piece.

 

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SIZES:
Finished Measurements in Inches
  small medium large
AROUND CHEST 33 36.5 40
LENGTH FROM SHOULDERS 21.5 23 24
SLEEVE LENGTH FROM SHOULDER 22 22 23
UPPER ARM 12.5 13.5 14.5



YARN USED FOR SAMPLE:

Rowan - Cashsoft 4 ply
57% extra fine merino - 33% acrylic microfiber - 10% cashmere
50 grams - 197 yards

7(8, 9) balls
1 ball contrasting color for optional bias knit ribbon

For your pullover to be the correct size, it is not the brand of yarn that matters, but the GAUGE that is important.

It is best to refer to the yardage to determine how many skeins or balls to purchase.



NEEDLES:
Size 6 straight needles; or size needles to obtain the correct gauge
A third size 6 needle would be useful to temporarily hold the stitches from the    completed lower right front, while completing the lower left front. A long stitch    holder can also be used.
size 10 needles for bias knit ribbon



OTHER NOTIONS:
gauge ruler
tracking sheet – included with pattern
4 size 6 or smaller double-pointed needles to use as stitch holders or 4 stitch     holders for shoulders
2 ring markers
tapestry needle
2½ yards or 1½ yards of lacing embellishment – ½ inch wide*

* After lacing the long bias knit ribbon through the eyelets I found the lace    tugged on the sweater. I tried a very light weight ribbon then a suede ribbon. I   eventually used the suede ribbon. Instead of lacing one long piece   continuously through all the eyelets, I used small lengths for each section. The   yarn I used for the pullover is very soft. If you use a firmer yarn, one long   length will most likely not pull on the sweater.



GAUGE:
25 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch on size 6 needles
27 stitches and 36 rows = 4.25 inches in 3 x 3 ribbing on size 6 needles –      blocked and slightly stretched



SKILL LEVEL:
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  Projects with a variety of stitches, such as basic cables    and lace, simple intarsia, double-pointed needles and   knitting in the round needle techniques, mid-level   shaping and finishing.
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women's pullover 94 - ona

 
 

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