Seacross Sweater Pattern by Becky Baker
The Fibre Co. Lore Seacross, designed by Becky Baker, is a seamless sweater knitted from the top down with a stunning five-colour yoke. The pattern includes two sets of instructions for the colourwork: one for knitters who are comfortable stranding several colours at once and one with swiss darning instructions for those who are less comfortable. Lore creates a light and lofty fabric that blooms beautifully when washed – perfect for colourwork!
The Fibre Co. Lore (100% lambswool, 250 m (273 yd) per 100 g hank) in Calm (A) 3 [3: 4: 4: 5: 5] hanks, Logical (B) 1 [1: 1: 2: 2: 2] hanks, Happiness (C) Heaven (D), and Comfort (E) 1 hank for all sizes. Our yardage given includes enough to knit an 8” x 8” tension swatch.
3.75mm (US 5) 40 cm (16 in) circular needle.
4mm (US 6) 100 cm (40 in) circular needle (or size to obtain gauge).
22 sts and 21 rnds to 10 cm (4 in) measured over pattern after blocking using 4mm (US 6) needles.
21 sts and 30 rnds to 10 cm (4 in) measured over st st after blocking using 4mm (US 6) needles.
Bust Circumference: 85 [100: 105: 123.5: 125: 134.5] cm
(34.25 [40: 42.25: 49.5: 50.25: 53.75] in)
Total Length: 58 [58: 59: 59.5: 61: 64] cm
(22.75 [22.75: 23.25: 220.127.116.11: 25.25] in)
Side Seam Length: 38 [37.5: 39: 39.5: 37: 40] cm
(14.75 [14.75: 15.25: 15.5: 14.25: 15.75] in)
Sleeve Seam: 46 [48: 50: 51: 51: 52] cm
(18 [18.75: 19.75: 20: 20: 20.5] in)
Cuff Circumference: 22.5 [22.5: 24.5: 26.5: 28.5: 28.5] cm
(9.25 [9.25: 9.75: 10.5: 11.25: 11.25] in)
Upper Arm Circumference: 33 [34: 36: 40: 44.5: 47.5] cm
(13.25 [13.5: 14.5: 16: 17.75: 19] in)
Neck Circumference: 47.5 [49.5: 51: 51: 51: 51] cm
(19 [19.75: 20.5: 20.5: 20.5: 20.5] in)
This knitting pattern comes as a PDF file, which is available for download at check out, as well as sent after purchase in an email attachment.
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