Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French
Artichoke French

Artichoke French

By Laura Nelkin.

Many years, going to Rhinebeck can be a chilly adventure. I’ve found that what I really like is not to be encumbered by too many layers and accessories. Simplicity is the key to having a great time! So, having a thick warm sweater that is well fitted AND has integrated fingerless mitts is rather perfect… I can wear less AND be warm! It means I don’t have to take off my mittens to eat my way through the festival or knit while I catch up with old friends.

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Aran weight yarn. Shown in Jill Draper Makes Stuff Empire in Leaf.

14 sts and 21 rnds = 4" / 10cm on larger needle in st st in the rnd.
Artichoke Stitch Side Panel = 30 sts = 7" / 18 cm.

US 8 - 5.0 mm and US 7 - 4.5 mm

Finished chest circumference: 27½[30, 32½, 34, 36, 37] (40, 41½, 44, 45½, 47½) [49½, 52½, 54, 56, 57½]" / 70[76, 82.5, 86.5, 91.5, 96.5] (101.5, 105.5, 112, 115.5, 120.5) [125.5, 133.5, 137, 142, 146]cm.
Shown in size 30" with 1" / 2.5cm negative ease.