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Faie

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Faie

£5.53
  • Craft: Knit
  • Free/Paid: Paid
  • Yarn Weight: Fingering
  • Yarn Base: CashSilk Sock
  • Yardage: 800+
  • Project Type: Pullovers
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
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Description

SIZES: 

XS, S, M, L, XL, (2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL)

Bust Sizes: 28-30”, 32-34”, 36-38”, 40-42”, 44-46”, (48-50”, 52-54”, 56-58”, 60-62”

Positive ease included: 2-3” for the bust, 3” for the waist, and 2” for the upper arm.

(Measure your bust and choose a bust size from above that is close to that. See the finished blocked measurements chart in the pattern for finished pattern sizes.)

MATERIALS: 

Expression Fiber Arts CashSilk Sock yarn

Shown in colors: Blue Agave CashSilk Sock yarn

1270 (1425, 1560, 1750, 1925, 2165, 2290, 2435, 2635) yards used 4 (4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 7) skeins
If this color isn't available, any from this category will work.

The XS sample shown used approximately 1,270 yards total.

Needle: 

US size 4 (3.5 mm) circular knitting needle (or size needed to achieve gauge) 

US size 3 (3.25 mm) circular short-tip knitting needle or DPNs for the cuff (or size needed to achieve gauge)

Optional: US size 4 (3.5 mm) DPNs or short-tip needles. For those knitting the smaller sized sweaters, you may find it easier to knit the sleeves with DPNs or short-tip needles rather than a full-size circular needle.

Any size that is appropriate for the yarn selected. Refer to the tag/label for the recommended sizes.

SKILL LEVEL:

Intermediate- This pattern is for those who feel comfortable with knitting and have made a few projects, using various skills and techniques. Skills/ concepts include: lace knitting, textured stitches, garment shaping construction and seaming.

Notes From the Designer: 

•The Faie Sweater features lace panels on both the front and back sides, as well as beautifully textured and billowy bishop sleeves. Knitted in the round from the bottom up, this fitted design offers a romantic silhouette. The front and back are split at the armholes, and the remainder of the bodice is knitted flat in two pieces. A three-needle bind-off is used to re-join the shoulders before stitches are picked up at the armholes to knit the sleeves. Finally, stitches are knit together at the wrist to create the ribbed cuff, and a decorative seed stitch border is added to the neckline.

•This piece is knitted in the round from the bottom up. The front and back are split into two pieces once you reach the armholes, and the two pieces are then knitted flat. The front and back are then joined at the shoulder using a three-needle bind-off. Instructions for this technique are included in the Finishing Section. Stitches are picked up around the armholes, and the sleeves are knitted in the round before switching to a smaller needle size for the cuffs. Finally, stitches are picked up around the neckline, and a border is used to finish off the piece. Charts for the lace sections are included at the end of the pattern.

•Adjust the neck opening by working more of fewer rounds.

•Click the Videos tab to watch a tutorial of this pattern! You'll learn to work most of the stitches plus how to pick up stitches from the body for the sleeves.

Designed by Monica Wesley

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your knitting!

Chandi

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