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This lightweight but cozy sweater is perfect for wearing at the beach when the cool ocean breezes lower the temps a few degrees. The neckline can be worn deep at the front or off the shoulder to show off your tan. Because of the stitch construction this garment will torque, causing the faux seams to spiral around the body. This was intentional but if you prefer to have the faux seams at the sides it is easy to twist the garment to where you would like it to sit. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cast on, Knit, Purl, simple increasing and decreasing, Bind off. GAUGE 71/2 stitches x 121/2 rows = 4"/10cm worked in Mesh Pattern in the round using US 15/10mm knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge. Note: The knitted piece will be very elastic and the body will stretch in length when worn. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Chest Circumference: 351/4 (371/4, 391/2, 411/2, 433/4, 453/4, 48, 501/4, 521/4, 541/2)"/89.5 (94.5, 100.5, 105.5, 111, 116, 122, 127.5, 132.5, 138.5) cm

Recommended with this pattern

  • Blue Sky Alpacas Organic Cotton (100% Organic Cotton), 100g/3.5oz, 150yds/137m. 6 (6, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 7, 8) Skeins of #624 Indigo. Or yarn that knits to specified gauge. Note: YARN IS USED DOUBLED THROUGHOUT THIS PATTERN.
  • 1 US 10/6mm circular needle & 1 US 15/10mm circular needle

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Army of Knitters
Heather Dixon is a Fashion Designer with a flaming hot passion for knitwear! With a love to create wearable garments to make you feel special. All patterns are fun to knit and will reward you with beautiful finished garments. Spread the AoK love - knit yourself something fabulous! Army of Knitters website: Also Co-Founder and Creative Director of Clotheshorse magazine: