The sweater is knit top down seamlessly. The contrast colored lace panel is knitted as intarsia. Once the front and back are joined, the lace panel is knitted as intarsia in the round. I know this sounds scary but I promise you, it isn’t. It isn’t as difficult as it sounds at all. The pattern also includes a photo tutorial for the technique.
The pattern includes both written and charted instructions for the lace panel.
XXS-XS-S (M1-M2-L1) L2-XL-XXL
To fit a 30-32-34 (36-38-40) 42-46-50” / 76-81-86 (92-96-101) 105-116-128 cm bust.
This sweater is meant to be worn with approximately 12’’/30 cm positive ease so choose a size that gives you the right amount of positive ease at bust circumference.
Bust circumference: 42-44-46.5 (48-50-52.5) 55-58-62’’ / 107-112-118 (122-126-133) 139-147-158 cm
Length from underarm: 16.5-16.5-16.5 (16.5-16.5-17.3) 17.3-17.3-17.3’’ / 42-42-42 (42-42-44) 44-44-44 cm
Hedgehog Fibres Skinny Singles, or any fingering weight yarn (366-400 m/100 g).
3-3-3 (3-3.5-4) 4-4-4 skeins (300-400 g) of MC and 1 skein (100 g) of CC.
3.0 mm or any needles that give you the right gauge.
25 sts x 34 rnds = 10x10 cm (4x4’’) in stockinette stitch, knit flat.
2 stitch markers, scrap yarn and a crochet hook.