By http://www.conniechangchinchio.com/">Connie Chang Chinchio
Connie's design work has a certain sweetness, focusing on classic feminine sweaters with pretty details. The lace and textural motifs that Connie uses fit together with a knitterly precision that hints at her background in physics.
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Fingering weight yarn with good drape and clear stitch definition.
22 sts and 30 rows = 4" /10 cm in st st on larger needles, blocked.
US 4 - 3.5 mm and US 3 - 3.25 mm
Finished back chest (below underarm): 17¼[19, 21, 22¾] (24½, 26¼, 28¼)" / 44[48.5, 53, 57.5] (62.5, 67, 71.5)cm.
Despite being worked in sock-weight yarn, this light vest, framed in a simple lace, is very fast to knit up. The front bands are knit at the same time as the body of the vest and continue around the back neck. Leave the edges raw for a casual look, or single crochet a narrow edging around the armholes and hem for a polished look.
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Fingering weight yarn with good drape and clear stitch definition. Two ply yarns, such as the one shown, will show the yarn overs particularly clearly.
Bijou Basin Tibetan Dream Sock (85% yak, 15% nylon, 440yds / 402m, 3.99oz / 113g) shown in #07 Sage. 800[860, 940, 1020] (1100, 1200, 1270)yds / 720[790, 890, 940] (1020, 1090, 1170)m.