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Bridgerton takes inspiration from a piece of music that is used in one of the final scenes of the Bridgerton television series: Max Richter’s Recomposed Vivaldi, The Four Seasons - Spring.

The colourwork pattern is designed to capture the joyful energy of Vivaldi’s / Richter’s music, the romance of the scene between Daphne and The Duke, as well as a nod to the Regency era in which the series was set.

SAMPLE

The wearer is 5’10” tall with a 37” chest circumference. The sample has been worked in size L, giving the wearer 9” of positive ease. An extra 1” of length has been worked into the body and sleeves to allow for the wearer’s height.

SIZING GUIDE
This garment is graded into sizes XS (S, M, L, XL) (2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL). Recommended positive ease is 3-10” / 7.5-25cm.

Finished Garment Chest Circumference: 34.25 (38.25, 41.75, 54.75, 49.75) (53.75, 57.75, 61.75, 65.75)“ / 85.5 (95.5, 104.5, 114.5, 124.5) (134.5, 14.5, 154.5, 164.5) cm.

GAUGE
Using 3.25mm / US size 3 needles, or needle size required to meet gauge, 28 stitches over 36 rounds in stockinette stitch, blocked, creates a 4x4”/10x10cm square.

YARN
The Bridgerton sample has been worked using Adventures in Yarncrafts’s Merino Sock Yarn (85% Superwash Merino / 15% Nylon blend).

YARDAGE
MC: 1065 (1180, 1207, 1343, 1490) (1598, 1721, 1828, 1912) metres / 1165 (1291, 1321, 1469, 1630) (1749, 1883, 2000, 2092) yards / 266 (295, 302, 336, 372) (400, 430, 457, 478) grams.
CC: 171 (194, 199, 217, 237) (257, 274, 284, 294) metres / 187 (212, 217, 238, 260) (282, 299, 310, 321) yards / 43 (48, 50, 54, 59) (64, 68, 71, 73) grams.

TOOLS & NOTIONS
2.75mm / US size 2 circular needles (to work neckband, cuffs and waistband; varying cable lengths would be helpful)
3.25mm / US size 3 circular needles (to work yoke, body and sleeves; varying cable lengths would be helpful)
1 marker
scrap yarn
tapestry needle to weave in ends

SKILLS REQUIRED
-long tail cast on
-1x1 twisted ribbing
-working in the round
-short row shaping
-right and left lifted increases
-working stranded colourwork with two colours
-reading colourwork charts
-separating yoke into body and sleeves
-cable cast on
-working a pattern of decreases
-decreasing using knit 2 together and slip slip knit
-standard bind off
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