When I lived in Alberta, my favorite place was nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rockies. Emerald Lake may have been just too far from home for a day trip, but it was the perfect daydream destination, no matter the season.
Now that I'm in Ontario, Sandbanks Provincial Park has slipped into my list of local favorites. I feel about the woods and dunes much the way I loved Emerald Lake's mountains and crystaline water. And so, I wanted to design a new take on an old favorite sweater; at a lighter gauge more suited to autumn camping trips in southern Ontario than winter mornings on a frozen lake.
Outlet River is knit from the bottom up in one piece, and features a flattering wide ribbed neckline that's easy to shrug on with your favorite pair of jeans and hiking boots.
1050[1200, 1380, 1500, 1700, 1840] yards heavy aran-weight yarn, shown in Plymouth Tweed (100% wool, 109 yards / 50g)
15 sts and 22 rows to 4 inches
using US 9 /5.5 mm needles
in stockinette stitch after blocking
1050 yards of Chunky weight
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Amy Swenson has been designing contemporary fashions for knitting and crochet since 2003. She has published three books, including "Sensual Crochet" and "Not Your Mama's Felting". She teaches across North America and blogs at http://www.indigirl.com.