Anne by Deb Hoss
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Anne

Knitting
March 2018
Quince & Co Lark
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 6 - 4.0 mm
895 - 1545 yards (818 - 1413 m)
30, 34¼, 38½, 43, 47, 51½, 55¾" / 76.2, 87, 97.8, 109.2, 119.4, 130.8, 141.6 cm
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Warm and cozy, just what I had in mind – REintroducing Anne, a sweater vest with deep pockets, and stripes – this time worked top down, and in the round! This is a shapely vest worked in Seeded Rib Check stitch pattern on worsted weight wool. The neckline sits just low enough to allow a peek of tee shirt from underneath. It’s a quick knit you’ll surely enjoy.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Bust: 30, 34¼, 38½, 43, 47, 51½, 55¾“ / 76.2, 87, 97.8, 109.2, 119.4, 130.8, 141.6 cm
Waist: 27, 31½, 35¾, 40, 44¼, 48½, 53” / 68.6, 80, 90.8, 101.6, 112.4, 123.2, 134.6 cm
Hip: 33½, 38½, 43¼, 48, 52¾, 57½, 62½” / 85.1, 97.8, 109.9, 121.9, 134, 146.1, 158.8 cm
Length: 27¾, 28¼, 28½, 28¾, 29, 29¼, 29½“ / 70.5, 71.8, 72.4, 73, 73.7, 74.3, 74.9 cm at center back

MATERIALS
Yarn
Shown in Lark wool by Quince & Co. (100% wool; 134 yds / 123 m per 50g skein);
Main color (MC) – Honey #123; 5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 7, 8 skeins, or for comparable yarn, approx 570, 650, 725, 800, 875, 950, 1025 yds / 522, 595, 663, 732, 800, 869, 938 m.
Contrast color (CC) – Audouin #157; 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4 skeins, or for comparable yarn, approx 325, 360, 395, 430, 460, 495, 520 yds / 298, 330, 362, 394, 421, 453, 476 m.

Needles
US6 / 4.0mm or size to obtain gauge (see below)
• 1 24 to 36” / 60 to 90 cm circular (circ) – choose length shorter than waist measurement
• 1 20 to 24” / 50 to 60 cm circ for upper bodice

US5 / 3.75mm (1 size smaller than size for gauge)
• 1 16” / 40 cm circ for neckline and armhole trims

US7 / 4.5mm (1 size larger than size for gauge)
• 24 to 36” / 60 to 90 cm circ for lower bodice – choose length shorter than waist measurement
• 1 pair straight or shorter circ for pocket linings

Notions
• Stitch markers (rings and locking) – varying colors helpful
• Tapestry needle
• T-pins for blocking

GAUGE (after blocking)
• 22 sts and 32 rows to 4” / 10.2 cm in Stockinette stitch (given as gauge reference)
• 22.4 sts and 34.8 rows to 4” / 10.2 cm in Seeded Rib Check stitch pattern

SKILLS REQUIRED
Long-tail cast on, Cable cast on, circular knitting, decreases (ssk, k2tog, p2tog, p2tog tbl), increases (m1L, m1R), stitch pick up around neckline and armholes, short row shaping at shoulders, and blocking.

14 page pdf includes pattern instructions, photographs, schematics, stitch descriptions and charts, helpful links to online tutorials, definitions for relevant abbreviations, and Row Tracking Grids for mapping row by row progress.