By http://www.neoknits.com/">Melissa Wehrle
You might have one of Melissa's sweaters tucked in a drawer without ever realizing it. Not only does she create hand knitting patterns, but she also has a 'real' design job. She learned to knit as a child but her interest in hand knitting was reignited while studying fashion design, with a specialism in knitwear, at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.
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Worsted weight yarn with good elasticity; wool or wool blends are ideal. Shown in The Verdant Gryphon Mondegreen.
18 sts and 22 rnds = 4" / 10cm in st st in the rnd with both yarns held together.
US 8 - 5.0 mm
Finished chest circumference: 32¾[35¾, 38¾, 41¼, 44¼] (47¼, 50¼, 53¼)" / 83[91, 98.5, 103.5, 113.5] (121.5, 129, 136.5)cm.
A deceptively simple raglan sweater that will be well-noticed on the fairground coming and going. A cute cut-out detail at the upper back brings a little bit of attitude to this marled pullover. Knit all in one piece in a textured stitch using two yarns held together, Mulberry Street makes a great layering piece over a blouse or tee.
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Worsted weight yarn with good elasticity; wool or wool blends are ideal. Shown in The Verdant Gryphon Mondegreen (60% Blue-faced Leicester, 20% silk, 20% baby camel, 200yds / 183m, 4oz / 113g) in She Was a Fax Machine
Contrast yarn: lace weight yarn such as wool or silk. Shown in The Verdant Gryphon Mithril (100% Merino wool, 750yds / 686m, 4oz / 113g) in Poynter’s Andromeda
Worsted Weight 1085[1200, 1330, 1430, 1560] (1720, 1870, 2010)yds / 990[1095, 1220, 1310, 1425) 1575, 1710, 1840m.
Lace Weight 1020[1130, 1250, 1340, 1460] (1610, 1750, 1885)yds / 935(1035, 1145, 1225, 1335) [1475, 1605, 1725]m.
Stitch markers, including removable markers
Four 5/8" / 13cm buttons