SIZES: Based on your bust size: A - 32-34” (B - 36-38”, C - 40-42”, D - 44-46”, E - 48-50”, F - 52-54”, G - 56-58”, H - 60-62”)
Expression Fiber Arts Dewy DK Yarn
Shown in color: Rocky Shore Hues and Pink Pearl
The sized A sample was made with a 10.5in/26.7cm crop length beginning at arm hole to the BO.
Pattern calls for 822- 1,151 yards total. Refer to notes section and the yardage chart on p. 10 for yardage totals needed.
Sample (size A) shown used 822 yards total.
FOR EXTRA LENGTH TO THIS SWEATER:
The sample is built with a 10.5” length from under arm to bottom. The yardage totals in the chart was based on that figure. However if you would like a longer sweater, add these amounts of yarn per inch of length to get your total yardage. Note: The inches need to be added in each the colors. Adjust as needed, per your gauge swatch.
For size A...Add 39 yards per inch of length
For size B...Add 43 yards per inch of length
For size C...Add 47 yards per inch of length
For size D...Add 51 yards per inch of length
For size E...Add 55 yards per inch of length
For size F...Add 59 yards per inch of length
For size G...Add 63 yards per inch of length
For size H...Add 69 yards per inch of length
If those colors aren't available, any from this category will work.
US 6 (4mm) needles. Use a smaller circular cord to begin the sweater and later increase the length of your cable to accommodate all of the stitches.
US 6 (4mm) DPNs for the ribbing on the sleeves.
Any size that is appropriate for the yarn selected. Refer to the tag/label for the recommended sizes.
Advanced - For the adventurous knitter who loves to tackle something a bit more complicated. Skills/concepts include: German Short Rows, Stranded Colorwork or Fair Isle from charts.
Notes From the Designer:
Ichor is defined as "the fluid that flows like blood in the veins of the gods.” I think of this definition and how it relates to knitting this sweater. Yarn flows. Knitting gets in your veins. The process of knitting stranded colorwork is the fluid in the process of making this sweater. When you put this all together the name Ichor for this sweater is perfect. I hope you enjoy the process of making this sweater, as well as the lovely garment you so skillfully will produce.
- Click the Videos tab to watch a secret to knitting fairisle one-handed.
- It is very important to wash and block your swatch to check for color fastness before beginning your project.
- The pattern is written with an increase of 8 stitches in the middle of the pattern for the fitting of the shoulders and bust. The pattern is designed to fit well above the bust and stitches are added to fit the bust area.
- Three times in the top section of this sweater, you will find some short row sections. These rows are found to help the sweater fit better. The back of the sweater is designed to fit over our shoulders and shape the shoulders. I recommend using the German Short Row Method. Watch a video here to learn this technique.
- This sweater can be made in several lengths. The sample is a cropped length of 10.5”/26.7cm length from the bottom of the arm hole to the BO. When you get to the main body of sweater, the length needs to be determined before knitting so that you can make your "hue" sections the same size.
- Be sure and check the various charts as you go to keep the stitch count accurate. The sizing figures can be used to adjust for your correct fit.
Designed by Candy Key
6.2.22- Row 26 updated to read: Row 26: Using CC, add a short row section to help in the shoulder fit. K50 (54, 56, 58, 61, 63, 65, 68), turn, P to BOR, P50 (54, 56, 58, 61, 63, 65, 68), turn, K to BOR. K one complete round to BOR.
11.9.22- For the bodice ribbing and BO: When you are 1” short of your desired length, work a “k1, p1” ribbing around for 6 rows, and then BO.
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Customer Reviews 5 (29 Reviews) Write a Review
Wish I had more hands. This pattern is calling me to start it already!! It's beautifully written and easy to follow. Once I start, as with all Expression Fiber Arts patterns and collabs.... It will be stunning!
Lovely little sweater
Its a beautiful knit sweater pattern . I am excited to try it.
A very attractive sweater I am looking forward to making it. The pattern looks very well written and will be an asset to my wardrobe.
i was struck by how lovely this sweater is, along with the obvious attention to detail. i can't wait to knit it!
Breath taking color! I ordered copper in place of pink as the contrasting color. I can’t wait to knit this up! I’m a confident beginner and confident it will be gorgeous.
I really liked the colorwork design of this sweater. I would probably make it with longer sleeves and body length. I've done colorwork knitting before so that won't be difficult.
This is just the pattern to give encouragement to sit and knit!!
This sweater is cleverly designed. I’m sure I’ll enjoy wearing it.
It’s quite cleverly designed. I know I’ll enjoy wearing it.
I love it!
Me enamore del diseño,fácil y educativa explicacion
Me enamore del patrón,fácil explicación,maravilloso diseño
First order made on July is yet to arrive
Due to covid issue, it creates transportation problem, it will affect my interest to continue purchasing.
Colour and design is really nice.
im looking forward to making this sweater pattern this winter it looks beautiful and i love making fairisle sweaters. in going to try her tip from the video. all the videos are so healpful
The sweater looks nice and one of these days I would love to make it. The only thing that scares me is the length. I know Chandi likes to make cropped sweaters but it would be nice to see the sweater in it’s normal length.
I haven’t tried fairisle stitches yet, but I’m really looking forward to this pattern with the help from the video tutorial that Chandi and Tim have made.
Beautifully written pattern that I look forward to making. Yarn and patterns from Expression Fiber Arts are always first class.
Such a colourful treat
I love all EFA patterns as they are so well written and explained and it feels like such a wonderful gift to be given the opportunity to make something this lovely.
The pattern stripes are gorgeous but the neck isn't right. Too high.
Not managed to use pattern yet but it looks & reads well
Not managed to use this pattern yet but it reads well
Beautiful pattern and well written.