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Stevie

knit in Chinchilla® and Mohair Classic

Skill level: Easy

This is a knit pattern.

 

 

 

Instructions

Schematic 1 | 2 | Stitch Glossary

 

Yarn used ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please note that this pattern specifies yarn(s) which have been discontinued by Berroco. Therefore, we can no longer accept any consumer inquiries regarding this pattern by
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A shawl with sleeves in Chinchilla and Mohair Classic.

 

Shown in size Small..

SIZES
Directions are for women’s size Small. Changes for sizes Medium and Large are in parentheses.

 

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Bust – 34(36-38)”.
Length – 21(23-25)”.

 

MATERIALS
BERROCO MOHAIR CLASSIC (43 grs), 6(7-7) balls #A7743 (A).
BERROCO CHINCHILLA (50 grs), 6(7-8) balls #5101 Vanilla (B).
Straight knitting needles, sizes 10 and 10-1/2 OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE.
29” length circular knitting needle, size 10-1/2.
Crochet hook, size 5.50 mm (I).

 

GAUGE
3 sts = 1”; 9 rows = 2” in Stripe Pat on size 10-1/2 needles.
7 sts = 2”; 10 rows = 2” in St st on size 10 needles.
TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE.

 

NOTE
The body of this garment is worked side to side.

 

STRIPE PAT
Row 1 (RS): With 1 strand each of A and B worked tog, k63(69-75), p18(20-21).
Row 2: With 1 strand each of A and B worked tog, k18(20-21), p63(69-75).
Rows 3 and 5: With 1 strand of B, k63(69-75), p18(20-21).
Rows 4 and 6: With 1 strand of B, k18(20-21), p63(69-75).
Rows 7 and 8: Rep Rows 1 and 2.
Rows 9, 11 and 13: With 1 strand of A, k63(69-75), p18(20-21).
Rows 10, 12 and 14: With 1 strand of A, k18(20-21), p63(69-75).
Rep these 14 rows for Stripe Pat.

 

BODY
With circular needle, using 1 strand each of A and B held tog, cast on 81(89-96) sts. (This will be the left front edge.)
Row 1 (RS): K63(69-75), place marker, p18(20-21). Beg with Row 2, work even in Stripe Pat until piece measures 15(16-17)” from beg, end on Row 12(2-6).
Shape Left Armhole: Next Row (RS): Working in Stripe Pat, work 24(27-30) sts, loosely bind off the next 24(27-30) sts, work to end. On the next row, cast on 24(27-30) sts over sts bound off on previous row. Continue to work even in Stripe Pat until piece measures 32(34-36)” from beg, end on Row 4(14-8).
Shape Right Armhole: Work same as for left armhole. Continue to work even in Stripe Pat until piece measures 47(50-53)” from beg, end on Row 2. Using A and B held tog, bind off all sts.

 

SLEEVES
With straight needles, using 1 strand each of A and B held tog, cast on 30 sts. Work in Stripe Pat, inc 1 st each side every 6th row 0(3-7) times, every 8th row 4(8-5) times, then every 10th row 5(0-0) times – 48(52-54) sts. Work even until sleeve measures 19” from beg, end on WS. Bind off all sts loosely.

 

COLLAR FACING
With size 10 needles, using A, cast on 21(23-25) sts. Work even in St st until piece measures 47(50-53)” from beg, end on WS. Bind off all sts.

 

FINISHING
Pin collar facing to Reverse St st edge of body with wrong sides tog. Slip st around 4 sides. (This facing will fold back to WS.)
Body Edging: With RS facing, using crochet hook and 1 strand each of A and B held tog, join yarn in 1 corner of body and work in sc around all 4 sides, working 3 sc’s in each corner. Note: Work through double thickness along collar edge. Join with a sl st in first sc. Fasten off. Sew sleeve seams. Sew bound-off edges of sleeves into armhole slits with seams at lower edges.