Asilomar by Diana Rozenshteyn
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October 2012
Lace ?
18 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in lace
US 3 - 3.25 mm
1480 - 1500 yards (1353 - 1372 m)

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Word Asilomar, derived from the Spanish words “asilo” meaning retreat or refuge, and “mar,” meaning sea, hence “refuge-by-the-sea.”.
The construction of the vest is seamless topdown with an exception of a little seam where collar attaches to the back.
Finished Size:
To fit chest/bust: 38 inches (96 cm) or size M.
It is very easy to customize this vest to your measurements. Topdown construction allows you to try it on as you knit to make adjustments necessary for your individual body measurements.
18 sts and 24 rows = 4”/10cm in on US 3-3.25 mm needles after blocking. Yarn held double.
Lotus Tibetan Yak Laceweight (yarn held double): 3 skeins = 1476.4 yards (1350.0m) in colorway Mariana (11).

Photo shoot location: Asilomar conference grounds and Asilomar state beach, Monterey, California.