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Queen of the Waves

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Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl

Pattern Description:

This little flirty top is a part of summer knits collection, "La Isla Bonita", and as other pieces in the collection, it is knit with fingering weight/4-ply yarn to a DK gauge and requires just 1-2 balls of yarn.

Working with fine yarn to a bigger gauge creates a light, airy garment, and Queen of the Waves is all that - perfect little summer shrug.

The shrug is worked as a top down raglan, features sliding belt buckle as a closure or button closures (you decide which suits you the best), and a Seafoam lace for sleeve cuffs (optional). Knitted on beads add a sparkle to the garment and are an optional feature, though come highly recommended by my water baby you see here.


22 sts and 29 rows in 10x10 cm/4x4" in stockinette with 3.5 mm/US#4 needles or size to obtain gauge.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • NB-14 years; 15"-30" chest


  • 170-440 yds fingering weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • 3.5 mm/US #4 circular needles (60 cm/24" or longer) or size to obtain gauge;
  • 3.5 mm/US #4 circular needles (30 cm/12" or dpns) optional;
  • 3 mm/US #3 circular needles (60 cm/24" or longer);
  • 4 stitch markers to mark shoulder/sleeve areas;
  • Waste yarn/stitch holders;
  • 1 mm Crochet hook or bead wire (optional);
  • 5x5 cm/2x2" sliding belt buckle (optional);
  • 2 (2, 2, 3, 3), (3, 3, 3), (3, 3, 3), (4, 4, 4, 4) buttons that are 12 mm/0.5" wide (optional);
  • 20-40 medium beads, 2 mm hole (optional).

Suggested yarn:

170 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Colour Adventures

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