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Miss boule sans boule


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Miss boule sans boule is a seamless pullover worked from the top down in 1 piece. After shaping the back and shoulders, stitches are picked up for the front and sleeves and are worked following the contiguous sleeve method, developed by Susie Myers. A decorative ribbing with slipped stitches and eyelets at the hem, neck and sleeves. The pattern is full of tips and details of all the techniques involved with a lot of illustrations Best worn with negative ease or no ease. A note on ease: If you should want more ease, it(tm)s best to start with the numbers of the size closest to yours and add more increases for the body and sleeves. Due to the nature of the contiguous method, it(tm)s not a good idea to choose a larger size to get positive ease. This method really forms the sleevecap and when you choose a too large size, it shows. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY working in the round GAUGE 21 sts and 31 rows stockinette = 10 x 10 cm (4x4) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL: Finished measurements: 28, 32, 35.5, 39.5, 43.25, 47.5, 52.25 (72, 82, 90, 100, 110, 121, 133 cm)

Recommended with this pattern

  • 840, 880, 920, 960, 1000, 1100, 1200 m (920, 960, 1000, 1050, 1100, 1200, 1300 yards) of dk weight
  • 4 mm (US 6) circular needle and straight needles (optional)
  • 3,5 mm (US 4) circular needle

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alfa knits
I am a graphic designer with a weakness for everything that's handmade, especially textile- and yarnrelated. I have always been designing all kinds of things : clothes, knitwear, small furniture ... I like to experiment with shapes and textures, always searching for a different approach of constructing a garment. What appeals to me most is using common stitches (knit and purl) and simple, well-thought, clean shapes to make up a design. Most of my patterns are written with charts, illustrations and diagrams (graphics, he he ;).