Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura
Angostura

Angostura

Everyone who has seen Angostura seems surprised when I tell them it’s worked in worsted weight. There’s something about the delicate tracery of twisted stitches that come together in shaped cable patterns at the waist which gives the illusion of a garment worked in a much finer yarn. Smart, flattering, cosy and fun to knit there’s a lot to love about this pretty vest.

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This pattern is also available in the book Little Red in the City .

Worsted weight yarn with a suggested gauge of 5 sts per inch / 2.5cm.

20 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches in 1×4 twisted slipped rib

US 3 / 4.5mm straights or circular 24” / 60 cm or longer

Finished Chest Circumference: 30[32, 34, 36, 38, 40] (42, 44, 46, 48, 50) [52, 54, 56, 58, 60]” / 
76[81, 86, 91, 97, 102] (107, 112, 117, 122, 127) [132, 137, 142, 147, 153] cm
Shown in sizes 34 and 48 with zero ease at the bust.

  • CONSTRUCTION

    Worked in pieces from the bottom up. Armholes and neck edged with reverse stockinette I-cord. Shaping worked into cable patterns. Twisted stitches are slipped on wrong side to make them more pronounced.

    GAUGE PATTERN

    20 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches in 1×4 twisted slipped rib (worked over a multiple of 5 sts: RS rows: *k1tbl, p4, rep from * to end; WS rows: k4, sl1 purlwise with yarn in front.)

    OTHER SUPPLIES

    3rd needle in the same size as gauge needle for 3 needle bind off.
    Scrap yarn for holding sts.

    VERSION INFORMATION

    Angostura_v.1.2.pdf

  • The most important thing is to use a smooth yarn with good stitch definition. Some elasticity is needed but yarns with a percentage of inelastic fibres can be used because the twisted ribs, cables and seams help hold the shape. Watch out for yarns that split easily as the twisted cables will be harder to work. Altering the body length will require a change in the yarn required of approximately 5% per inch / 2.5cm.

    Ysolda’s version shown in Brook’s Farm Four Play (50% wool, 50% silk, 270yds / 247m, 4.02oz / 114g) in Bergamot.
    Amanda’s version shown in Classic Elite Chesapeake (50% organic cotton, 50% wool, 103yds / 94m, 1.76oz / 50g) in Mephisto.

    425[485, 495, 560, 595, 615] (665, 690, 730, 775, 810) [855, 890, 920, 975, 1000] meters
    465[530, 540, 610, 650, 675] (725, 755, 800, 845, 885) [935, 975, 1005, 1065, 1095] yards

  • Angostura measurements tableAngostura schematic

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