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Carpino KAL...


 

      KALa

      image by Brooklyn Tweed/Jared Flood

        Sweater details...

        this sweater has an Intended Ease of : + 1-2½”
        Sample shown is size 35½” with + 2½” ease on model

        FINISHED DIMENSIONS
        33¼ (35½, 39, 42¼, 44½, 48, 50¼, 53¾)” circumference at bust

        MATERIALS
        1030 (1110, 1195, 1310, 1385, 1505, 1575, 1720) yards fingering weight wool yarn

        GAUGE : suggested needle: 3½ mm (US 4)
        23 sts & 36 rnds = 4” in st St , after blocking
        21 sts & 36 rnd = 4” in Lace Pattern, after blocking

        NEEDLES
        One each 16” and 32” circular needles and one set of double-pointed needles (DPNs) in size needed to obtain gauge listed.

       

      This is one of the lovely sweaters from the Brooklyn Tweed Collection : Wool People: Volume 6

      Carpino by Carol Feller...

      This pullover is a comfy looking top down raglan style... but the construction is not quite standard raglan shoulder shaping. It begins with the top of the sleeves a bit wider than usual and a slower rate of increase which lends itself to more of a saddle shoulder shape. The front has a decorative honeycomb lace panel ...adding a little pizzaz...which continues right down to the hem of the body with the very gentle shaping occurring at the center of the back.

        Our Featured Yarn...

        With the crisp cool scent of fall in the air, we are excited to introduce Fine Donegal,  a new light weight, tweed, 95% wool, 5% cashmere blend from Debbie Bliss, which comes in 16 colours!DB_FD

        The smallest size of this pattern calls for 3 balls and the largest size calls for just 5.

        This pairing of yarn and pattern will create a wonderful layering garment that is beautiful with jeans or pretty skirts. A truly versatile knit for the upcoming season. SMset

      Ravelry Project Tag : PP-CARPINO-KAL

 

 


 

Happy Stitching!

Jennifer & Miko

 

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