Blue Hour Sweater by Suvi Simola
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Blue Hour Sweater

Knitting
October 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 33 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch using larger needles, measured after blocking
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1090 - 1880 yards (997 - 1719 m)
XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)
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Blue Hour is worked seamlessly from top down, at first back and forth until the neckline shaping is complete and then the rest of the sweater in the round. The eyecatching raglan lines are worked using slip stitch technique. The body is slightly A-shaped and the fit is snug.

SIZES
XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)
Bust circumference of the finished sweater: 28 1⁄4 (31 3⁄4, 35 3⁄4, 39, 43, 47)” / 72 (80.5, 90.5, 99, 109, 119.5) cm. The sweater is designed to fit snug. Please choose a size that’s close to your actual bust measurement. Shown in size S with a bit of negative ease.

YARN
Fingering weight yarn, approx.:
• 1029 (1145, 1293, 1415, 1542, 1665) yds / 941 (1047, 1183, 1294, 1410, 1523) m of MC (main color)
• 61 (96, 111, 140, 163, 215) yds / 55 (88, 101, 128, 149, 197) m of CC (contrasting color)

Shown in:
Hedgehog Fibres Sock Yarn (437 yds / 400 m per 100 g skein, 90 % superwash merino, 10 % nylon):
• Concrete as MC
• Jelly as CC

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
• two size 2 1⁄2 US / 3 mm circular needles, 24” / 60 cm
long and preferably a longer one
• size 4 US / 3.5 mm circular needle, 32” / 80 cm long
• size 4 US / 3.5 mm double pointed needles for sleeves (or a long circular needle if using Magic Loop
technique)
• size 2 1⁄2 US / 3 mm double pointed needles for
sleeve ribbing (or a long circular needle if using Magic Loop technique)
or sizes to obtain gauge

• 9 stitch markers
• row counter
• waste yarn for holding sleeve stitches
• tapestry needle to weave in yarn ends

GAUGE
• 24 sts and 33 rnds in Stockinette stitch = 4” / 10 cm using larger needles and measured after blocking
• 24 sts and 50 rnds in Garter stitch = 4” / 10 cm using smaller needles and measured after blocking