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Please note the second photo credited to gayleywayley shows waist shaping and other modifications made by the knitter; these are not included in the pattern itself.
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(Aniron translates “I Desire”; Enya - need we say more…)
~ so practical when a sweater is just too much ~
Whether worn alone or over a favourite blouse or turtleneck, this elegant cable and lace tunic will add a touch of special to any outfit.
This square neck tunic features an off-centre cable band on the front in a field of Stockinette stitch; a band of wrapped stitches acts as a visual separator and leads into the butterfly lace yoke. The back features only a single cable motif at the center, positioned just below the wrapped stitch row; the back yoke matches the front. Sides are slit from hem to mid-hip. The armholes are finished with a narrow moss stitch border and the neckline is completed with an I-cord bind off to nicely tie in with the cable design.
Knit top-down, the front and back are worked separately until the armholes are complete, then the work is joined and knit in the round to the side slits; front and back are worked separately again and finish with a Moss stitch border.
Armhole and neckline edgings are added by picking up stitches. No sewing is required.
If necessary, adjust needles to obtain correct gauge
US 7 (4.5mm) 32” / 81cm circular needles,
US 7 (4.5mm) DPNs or 16” / 40cm circular needle or DPNs (for armhole edging)
US 6 (4mm) 24” / 61cm circular needle (for neckline edging)
Sizes listed are finished bust measurements of garment.
- Chart Reading: The yoke and cables for this pattern are charted only;
- Ability to decrease over a stated number of stitches;
- Ability to be able to bind off in a ‘k1, p1’ pattern stitch.
I am indebted to Annie Maloney and her stitch design genius!
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This pattern may also be purchased as part of the In Tune print book or eBook on the Knit Picks website; the In Tune collection includes six patterns.