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Finished Measurements:

48¾ (53½, 57¼, 59, 62¾) (67½, 70¼, 75, 78¾)" [124 (136, 145.5, 150, 159.5) (171.5, 178.5, 190.5, 200) cm] bust circumference / Shown in size 53½" [136 cm] on a 34" [86.5 cm], 5' 9½" [176.5 cm] tall model (19.5" [49.5 cm] positive ease) / Suggested 16–20" [40.5–51 cm] positive ease

Yarn:

kestrel / 10 (11, 12, 12, 13) (14, 15, 16, 18) skeins Lira 525

Needles:

32" [80 cm] circular needle in sizes US 6 and US 9 [4 and 5.5 mm] / set dpns in size US 9

Gauge:

17 sts and 26 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stockinette stitch with larger needle, after blocking

Construction:

Sweater is worked from the top down, worked flat through the neckline and upper body shaping, then worked in the round for the lower body. Sleeves are picked up around the armholes, shaped with German short rows, and worked in the round.

Skills Required:

Long-tail cast on, cable cast on, backward loop cast on, picking up stitches, German short rows, Jeny’s surprisingly stretchy bind off (links provided); increasing, decreasing, knitting in the round. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.

This pattern or collection is available as a pdf. Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link for downloading the pdf. You can also access your pdfs from your account page.

konti

Hanna Maciejewska

$ 8
Simple yet striking, Konti’s zig-zagging lace pattern calls to mind rippling currents in a swift-moving stream. Worked seamlessly from the top down, this pullover’s exceptionally clean construction and minimal finishing allow the lace motif and Kestrel’s fluid drape to take center stage. Shown here in colorway Lira, a warm and neutral earth tone, we think Konti would look equally stunning in a bright jewel tone like Rosehip or Bordeaux.

Konti is available as part of Linen II: Kestrel, or as a single pattern.
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Finished Measurements:

48¾ (53½, 57¼, 59, 62¾) (67½, 70¼, 75, 78¾)" [124 (136, 145.5, 150, 159.5) (171.5, 178.5, 190.5, 200) cm] bust circumference / Shown in size 53½" [136 cm] on a 34" [86.5 cm], 5' 9½" [176.5 cm] tall model (19.5" [49.5 cm] positive ease) / Suggested 16–20" [40.5–51 cm] positive ease

Yarn:

kestrel / 10 (11, 12, 12, 13) (14, 15, 16, 18) skeins Lira 525

Needles:

32" [80 cm] circular needle in sizes US 6 and US 9 [4 and 5.5 mm] / set dpns in size US 9

Gauge:

17 sts and 26 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stockinette stitch with larger needle, after blocking

Construction:

Sweater is worked from the top down, worked flat through the neckline and upper body shaping, then worked in the round for the lower body. Sleeves are picked up around the armholes, shaped with German short rows, and worked in the round.

Skills Required:

Long-tail cast on, cable cast on, backward loop cast on, picking up stitches, German short rows, Jeny’s surprisingly stretchy bind off (links provided); increasing, decreasing, knitting in the round. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.

This pattern or collection is available as a pdf. Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link for downloading the pdf. You can also access your pdfs from your account page.