Rosie McStrippit’s an A-line, square necked women’s tunic knitting pattern, in seven sizes with a trick up its sleeve. This is a bottom-up, simple sweater knit in pieces…eight pieces, to be exact. You’ll work towards a sweater that drapes and flatters while enjoying completely portable, simple patterned knitting that fits in a purse while you’re on the go!
Too tired to carry a top-down sweater project on your commute, to kids’ lessons or the doctor’s office? These McStrippit designs are for you.
Rosie McStrippit requires knitting, purling, increases, decreases, and sewing up at the end. This design uses written instructions and a schematic. This pattern calls for an aran-weight yarn. It also includes information for how to substitute two strands of lace-weight or fingering weight yarn for a lighter weight garment.
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Strippy McStrippit is a drop sleeve, bottom-up, A-line women’s pullover, measuring 33 (36, 39, 41, 44, 47, 53)“/84(91, 99, 104, 112, 119, 135) cm at the bust when blocked. Plan for 0-4”/0-10cm of ease in fit.
Approximately 670 (785,870, 1000, 1078, 1273,1525) yd/ 613 (718,796, 914, 985, 1164, 1394) m of Aran (knit 1 strand only, as shown in sample)
Approximately 1341 (1570, 1740, 2000, 2155, 2545, 3050) yd/1226 (1436,1591,1829, 1971, 2327, 2789) m of Lace or Fingering weight, knit doubled (2 strands together)
(A suggested yarn for this approach would be Lopi Einband.)
The Sample pictured is Size 44”/112cm, and knit in Lopi Léttlopi (100% Icelandic Wool, 109 yd (100m)/1.75 oz (50 gr) per skein). Color used in sample is named Violet Heather or shade #1414.
This pattern has been tech edited by Donna Druchunas.