Beach Please Top by Megan Williams
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Beach Please Top

Knitting
June 2017
Lace ?
24 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in Lace, Blocked
US 3 - 3.25 mm
250 - 1650 yards (229 - 1509 m)
Bust size 20 inches (51cm) to 56 inches (142cm)

This fun combination of stripes and lace in a lightweight summer top will have you saying: Beach Please! The pattern is available in a large range of sizes and is easily customizable to accommodate your body measurements. Main and contrast color yardages are listed individually, but if you would prefer to skip the stripes, use the total yardage listed and don’t change colors!

SIZES:
Bust size 20 inches (51cm) to 56 inches (142cm)
Bust 20 (22, 24, 26)(28, 30, 32)(34, 36, 38)(40, 42, 44)(46, 48, 50)(52, 54, 56)

YARN:
Main Color (MC): 175 (225, 300, 375)(400, 475, 500)(575, 625, 650)(725, 800, 875)(900, 925, 1025)(1050, 1175, 1200) yards
Contrast Color (CC): 75 (100, 125, 150)(175, 200, 200)(225, 250, 250)(275, 325, 325)(350, 350, 400)(400, 450, 450)

With the large number of sizes supported, all size-specific measurements and stitch counts are listed in table format. Find your row and zoom along without counting parenthesis!

SKILLS USED: Provisional cast-on, simple lace, afterthought neckline using waste yarn, 3 needle bind-off.

If you love the stripes and lace but want a project for cooler weather, check out the heavier-weight, long-sleeve pullover Snow Thank You Sweater, or the transitional-weather shawl, Fall Come Back Now Shawl.

This pattern was technically edited and test knit.

Exclusively available as part of the Minnesota 52 book and eBook.