Mitchell
Mitchell
Mitchell
Mitchell
Mitchell
Mitchell

Mitchell

The classic baseball tee gets a fresh update in this lightweight all season sweater.

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Shown in Shibui Cima (70% alpaca, 30% wool, 328yds / 300m, 1.76oz / 50g)

28 sts and 34 rows = 4" / 10cm in st st on larger needles
26 sts and 36 rows = 4" / 10cm in hourglass eyelet pattern on larger needles

Size 2 US / 2.75mm needles
Size 3 US / 3.25mm needles
Size 2 US / 2.75mm 16" / 40cm needle

33½(35½, 37½, 39½, 41½) [43½, 45½, 47½, 49½] (51½, 53½, 55½, 57½)" / 84(89, 94, 99, 104) [109, 114, 119, 124] (129, 134, 139, 144)cm bust circumference
Shown in 35½ with ½" negative ease

  • CONSTRUCTION

    Mitchell is worked in pieces and seamed together before stitches are picked up for the neckband which is worked in the round. This construction is the most logical option for the contrast colour sleeves and has the bonus of making the compound raglan shaping, which is worked differently at back and front, easier to keep track of.

    Edges are neatly finished with fold-over hems and the bottom is gently shaped with short rows for a shirt-tail hem effect. The front is worked straight to the underarm for a breezy fit but the back has a little shaping so that it curves at the waist and is narrower than the front at the bust. Three-quarter length sleeves, which look great pushed up to the elbow, feature one of those wonderful lace patterns that looks much more complicated than it really is. The directions for the lace pattern are provided in a clear chart that makes it easy to maintain the pattern while working shaping.

    SIZING

    33½(35½, 37½, 39½, 41½) [43½, 45½, 47½, 49½] (51½, 53½, 55½, 57½)" / 84(89, 94, 99, 104) [109, 114, 119, 124] (129, 134, 139, 144)cm bust circumference

    Shown in 35½ with ½" negative ease

    VERSION INFORMATION

    mitchell_v1.1.pdf

  • YARN

    Shown in Shibui Cima (70% alpaca, 30% wool, 328yds / 300m, 1.76oz / 50g)

    MC 2003 ash, CC 2014 jumpsuit

    Yards

    MC: 725(765, 810, 855, 895) [940, 990, 1030, 1080] (1120, 1165, 1210, 1260)
    CC: 450(460, 505, 530, 555) [590, 605, 640, 660] (695, 720, 760, 775)

    Metres

    MC: 665(700, 740, 780, 820) [860, 905, 945, 985] (1025, 1065, 1105, 1150)
    CC: 410(420, 465, 485, 510) [540, 555, 585, 605] (635, 655, 695, 710)

    SIZING

    33½(35½, 37½, 39½, 41½) [43½, 45½, 47½, 49½] (51½, 53½, 55½, 57½)" / 84(89, 94, 99, 104) [109, 114, 119, 124] (129, 134, 139, 144)cm bust circumference

    Shown in 35½ with ½" negative ease

    NOTIONS

    Scrap yarn, darning needle, stitch marker


  • inches

    bust

    33½

    35½

    37½

    39½

    41½

    43½

    45½

    47½

    49½

    51½

    53½

    55½

    57½

    side length to underarm

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    13½

    back hem width

    18

    19

    20

    21

    22

    23

    24

    25

    26

    27

    28

    29

    30

    back chest

    16

    17

    18

    19

    20

    21

    22

    23

    24

    25

    26

    27

    28

    back raglan depth

    8¾

    9

    9¼

    9½

    9¾

    10

    10

    10¼

    10½

    10¾

    11

    11¼

    11½

    front width

    18

    19

    20

    21

    22

    23

    24

    25

    26

    27

    28

    29

    30

    front raglan depth

    7¾

    8

    8¼

    8½

    8¾

    9

    9¼

    9½

    9¾

    10

    10

    10¼

    10½

    neck width

    6

    6¼

    6¼

    6½

    6½

    6¾

    6¾

    7

    7¼

    7¼

    7¼

    7¼

    7½

    neck depth

    2¼

    2¾

    2½

    2½

    3

    2¾

    2¾

    3

    3

    3¼

    3¼

    3¼

    3¼

    sleeve length to underarm

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    13¼

    cuff

    8¾

    8¾

    9¾

    9¾

    9¾

    10½

    10½

    10½

    11½

    11½

    11½

    12½

    12½

    upper arm

    11

    11½

    12½

    13

    13¾

    14¼

    15

    15½

    16¼

    16¾

    17½

    18

    18½

    cm

    bust

    84

    89

    94

    99

    104

    109

    114

    119

    124

    129

    134

    139

    144

    side length to underarm

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    33.5

    back hem width

    45

    47.5

    50

    52.5

    55

    57.5

    60

    62.5

    65

    67.5

    70

    72.5

    75

    back chest

    40

    42.5

    45

    47.5

    50

    52.5

    55

    57.5

    60

    62.5

    65

    67.5

    70

    back raglan depth

    22

    22.5

    23

    23.5

    24

    24.5

    25.5

    26

    26.5

    27

    27.5

    28

    29

    front width

    45

    47.5

    50

    52.5

    55

    57.5

    60

    62.5

    65

    67.5

    70

    72.5

    75

    front raglan depth

    19.5

    20

    20.5

    21

    22

    22.5

    23

    23.5

    24

    24.5

    25.5

    26

    26.5

    neck width

    15

    15.5

    15.5

    16

    16.5

    17

    17

    17.5

    18

    18

    18

    18

    18.5

    neck depth

    6

    7

    6.5

    6.5

    7.5

    7

    7

    7.5

    7.5

    8

    8

    8

    8

    sleeve length to underarm

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    33

    cuff

    22

    22

    24

    24

    24

    26.5

    26.5

    26.5

    29

    29

    29

    31

    31

    upper arm

    27.5

    29

    31

    32.5

    34

    36

    37.5

    39

    40.5

    42

    43.5

    45

    46.5

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