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Organix T

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  • Short Rows

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PATTERN DETAILS

The OrganiX T is a short tunic with an 'eye' catching pocket and features a boatneck or an attached cowl. It is worked from the top with 2 color ridges. Works well with a semi-solid yarn (eg. Malabrigo sock, Wollmeise, ...), combined with a solid fingering weight. Shortrows are used for the ridged 'eye' pocket. This garment is worked seamlessly from the top-down using the contiguous sleeve method developed by Susie Myers. Work with a larger needlesize than recommended to obtain a stretchy garment and a comfortable fit. Instructions are included for both a boatneck Tee and an attached cowl Tee. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knitting in the round I-cord cast-on (explained in full detail in the pattern) short rows (explained in full detail in the pattern) GAUGE 21 sts and 31 rows stockinette = 10 x 10 cm (4x4) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS finished measurements bust : 32, 36, 40, 45, 49 (81, 92, 102, 115, 124cm)

Recommended with this pattern

  • T with attached cowl : 1050 (1200/1300/1450/1550)m (1150/1350/1450/1600/1700 yards) fingering /3ply or 4ply = color2 (C2), 400 (430/480/530/580)m (440/470/530/580/630 yards) light fingering / 3ply = color1 (C1)
  • simple T (without cowl) : 670 (780/860/940/1000)m (750/800/940/1050/1100 yards) fingering /3ply or 4ply = color2 (C2), 260 (290/320/340/370)m (290/320/350/380/410 yards) light fingering / 3ply = color1 (C1)
  • * 4 mm circular needle (US 6) or double pointed needles

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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 ;).