Burn by Laura Aylor
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March 2013
Sport (12 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1000 - 1575 yards (914 - 1440 m)
32.75, (35.75, 38.5, 41.5), {44.25, 47.25, 50.25} (actual sweater measurement)
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BURN. A verb most often used to indicate the physical sensation caused by fire, heat, alcohol, et al. As a proper noun, a figure-flattering garment featuring complementary triangle details at the bottom and cuffs, and a warm mock-turtleneck, if desired. “Burn” can also imply a state of mind, as in the self-possession and power of a woman who takes no nonsense (see also: Hepburn, Katharine) and embodies pared-down style (see also: Hepburn, Audrey).

Channel your inner Hepburn.

Seamless, top-down mock turtleneck with set-in sleeves. The sleeve caps are knit along with the body, not picked up and knit with short rows. This basic pullover pattern has several options for the neck and edges. A contrasting color for the bottom edge of the body and sleeves requires 45, (50, 55, 60), {65, 70, 75} yards of the total yardage.

Burn can be knit and worn with negative ease, no ease, or positive ease. Knit a cozy, slightly oversized version or go for the Sweater Girl look.

Pattern includes a detailed schematic and notes for customizing fit.

Skills needed
Short rows (for shoulder slopes only)
Picking up stitches
Backwards loop (e-wrap) cast on
Stranded colorwork (optional)

Yardage: 1000, (1150, 1250, 1350), {1425, 1500, 1575}

Thank you to Jeny for allowing me to include her surprisingly stretchy bind off in the pattern! You can visit her here.