Anthea by Tonia Barry

Anthea

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Knitting
February 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
13 stitches
in 13½ sts = 5" in Ridge patt with 4 strands of yarn held together using smallest needle;
US 10 - 6.0 mm
US 11 - 8.0 mm
US 13 - 9.0 mm
1320 - 1980 yards (1207 - 1811 m)
XS (S/M, L/XL)
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Four strands of Mika are held together in this unique and easy to knit layering piece. Worked from the top down, changing needle size gives Anthea its bell shape.

Skill Level
Easy
Sizes
XS (S/M, L/XL). Shown in size S/M.
Finished Measurements
Approx 32½ (37, 41½)“ circumference at neck
edge, 40 (45½, 51)” circumference at lower
edge, and 12½“ long, lightly steam blocked.
Yarn
Mika by Classic Elite Yarns
(100% organic cotton; 50 g = 165 yards)
A – 2 (2, 3) hanks 6212 Citrine
B – 2 (2, 3) hanks 6246 Antique Glass
C – 2 (2, 3) hanks 6203 Washed Gray
D – 2 (2, 3) hanks 6297 Kelp
Needles
Circular knitting needles (24” or 32”) in sizes US 10 (6 mm), US 11 (8 mm), and US 13 (9 mm), or size to obtain gauge.
Other Materials
Stitch marker
Gauge
13½ sts = 5” in Ridge patt with 4 strands of yarn held together using smallest needle; 11 sts = 5” in Ridge patt with 4 strands of yarn held together using largest needle; this bulky gauge is easier to measure over 5” instead of 4”. Take time to save time, check your gauge.