The pattern contains a chart, however the written-out instructions for the charted part can be found here.
This striking tunic features lace panels, wide ribs, and garter stitch worked in two different directions. The yoke is worked first from the cast-on at one sleeve, across the bodice, and ends with the bind-off at the other sleeve, with the underarms shaped with a few short-rows along the way. Stitches for the body are then picked up around the lower edge of the bodice and worked in a single piece to the hem. Lovely!
About 30½ (33¾, 37, 40, 43¼, 46½, 48¾)” bust circumference
Hempathy by Elsebeth Lavold
41% cotton, 34% hemp, 25% modal
50 gram ball = approx 153 yards
• #024 lilac 6 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 9) balls
Bodice—U.S. Size 4 (3.5 mm): 32” circular
Lower body and sleeves—U.S. size 2 (2.75 mm): 24” circular and dpns. Or sizes needed to obtain gauge.
markers; removable markers or safety pins; tapestry needle.
30 sts and 38 rnds = 4” in k3, p3 rib on smaller needle.
24 sts and 32 rows = 4” in garter st on larger needle.
11 sts in lace panel = 2” wide on larger needle.
11 sts in lace panel = 1½” wide on smaller needle.
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