So, it’s coming up to spring time in Scotland. The weather here is never predictable, but at this time of year there can be snow and blizzards one day and then warm sunshine the next.
Ferness has textured stripes, a relaxed silhouette and compound raglan shaping, which combine to create flattering lines at the shoulder. The recommended yarn creates a light and lofty fabric with a lovely gentle drape, making this the perfect versatile garment when the weather changes the goalposts every 10 minutes.
Finished Bust Circumference: 92.5 (103.5, 115, 125.5, 136.5, 147.5, 159)cm / 36.5 (40.75, 45.25, 49.5, 53.75, 58, 62.5)in.
Designed to fit with 7.5 – 12.5cm / 3 – 5in positive east at bust. Shown in size 45, with 3.5” positive ease at bust.
The sample is made using:
Jill Draper Makes Stuff Mohonk , 113g = 338m / 370yds, 4 (4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 7) skeins.
Or substitute with 1180 (1310, 1470, 1620, 1780, 1930, 2060)m / 1290 (1430, 1610, 1770, 1950, 2110, 2250)yds DK weight yarn. I would recommend choosing yarn that will block well and show the texture of the the stitch patterns. The sample is a made in a lofty woollen spun sportweight cormo yarn.
22 sts and 26.5 rows = 10 cm / 4 in in pattern stitch, using larger needles
4.5mm / US7 Circular needles and DPNs
4.0 mm / US6 Circular needles and PDNs
Knitting in the round, shaping, reading charts.
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