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Finished Measurements:

32¾ (37¼, 40¾, 45¼, 48¾) (53¼, 56¾, 61¼, 64¾, 69¼)" [83.5 (94.5, 103.5, 115, 124) (135.5, 144.5, 155.5, 164.5, 176) cm] bust circumference / Shown in size 37¼" (94.5 cm) on a 34" [86.5 cm], 5' 9½" [176.5 cm] tall model (3¼" [8 cm] positive ease) / Suggested 3¼" (8 cm) positive ease

Yarn:

kestrel / 7 (8, 9, 10, 10) (11, 12, 13, 13, 14) skeins in Porpoise 502

Needles:

32" [80 cm] circular needle in size US 8 [5 mm] / set dpns in size US 8 [5 mm]

Gauge:

18 sts and 28 rnds = 4" [10 cm] in Stockinette stitch, after blocking

Construction:

Tank is worked in the round from the bottom up, then separated at the underarms. The body includes a folded hem. Underarms and neckline are shaped by a staggered i-cord bind off. The braided straps are achieved using simple 2-over-2 cables.

Skills Required:

Long-tail cast on, invisible provisional cast on, cables with and without a cable needle, Meg Swansen’s speedy i-cord bind off, grafting (Kitchener stitch), (links provided); decreasing, knitting in the round.

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.

holderness

Cassie LaFollette

$ 7.50
Cassie LaFollette’s Holderness elevates a simple summer tank into a work of art! Knit in the round from the bottom up, Holderness begins with a deep, folded hem and features a tidy i-cord bind off at the underarms and neckline. Easy-to-work cables create charming braided straps for a delicate and polished finish. Holderness’s thoughtful construction combined with Kestrel’s fluid drape create a timeless piece that is breezy and effortless to wear. You’ll reach for this tank again and again.

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

32¾ (37¼, 40¾, 45¼, 48¾) (53¼, 56¾, 61¼, 64¾, 69¼)" [83.5 (94.5, 103.5, 115, 124) (135.5, 144.5, 155.5, 164.5, 176) cm] bust circumference / Shown in size 37¼" (94.5 cm) on a 34" [86.5 cm], 5' 9½" [176.5 cm] tall model (3¼" [8 cm] positive ease) / Suggested 3¼" (8 cm) positive ease

Yarn:

kestrel / 7 (8, 9, 10, 10) (11, 12, 13, 13, 14) skeins in Porpoise 502

Needles:

32" [80 cm] circular needle in size US 8 [5 mm] / set dpns in size US 8 [5 mm]

Gauge:

18 sts and 28 rnds = 4" [10 cm] in Stockinette stitch, after blocking

Construction:

Tank is worked in the round from the bottom up, then separated at the underarms. The body includes a folded hem. Underarms and neckline are shaped by a staggered i-cord bind off. The braided straps are achieved using simple 2-over-2 cables.

Skills Required:

Long-tail cast on, invisible provisional cast on, cables with and without a cable needle, Meg Swansen’s speedy i-cord bind off, grafting (Kitchener stitch), (links provided); decreasing, knitting in the round.

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.