- SHORT SLEEVES
- HAVANNA MOON - pattern - pdf
HAVANNA MOON - pattern - pdf
HAVANNA MOON is worked seamlessly from top down, using the contiguous method by Susie Myers and an ‘A’ line hip shaping along a 9 sts band on both sides of the body under arm. The sweater is cast on at a small neck band and the neckline is shaped with short rows.
After the short rows the sweater is completely worked in full rounds.
When the yoke is done, the sleeve increases are made in every second row.
Circular needles and double pointed needles ( or magic loop) US 6 (4,0 mm) and US4 (3,5 mm) or needles to get gauge.
22 sts x 38 rows on needles US 2,5 (3 mm), in main pattern to get 4 x 4“ (10x10 cm).
2 rows / rounds in stockinette stitch,1 row / round in k1, p1.
XS 750 m / 1148 yards S 800 m / 875 yards M 840 m / 768 yards
L 920 m / 1006 yards XL 1050 m / 1148 yards XXL 1150 m / 1258 yards
Circumference bust (finished garment)
XS 33“ (84,5 cm) S 35,4“ (90 cm) M 36,6“ (93 cm)
L 39,4“ (100 cm) XL 42,5“ (108 cm) XXL 46“ (117 cm)
Stitch markers, tapestry needle, waste yarn or stitch holder.
Knitting in the round and flat with circular needle and dpns or magic loop for sleeves, short row shaping using the Wrp-t (wrap and turn)
technique (see page 10) , slanted increases m1l / m1r knit wise and purl wise, contiguous method by Susie Myers.