Camber by Andrea Rangel
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Camber

Knitting
September 2016
Aran (8 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Rib Pattern with larger needle
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
522 - 990 yards (477 - 905 m)
Bust Circumference: 32 (37, 39.25, 44.25, 48, 52.25, 56.5, 60.75) in/81.5 (94, 99.5, 112.5, 122, 132.5, 143.5, 154.5) cm
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Reminiscent of the ocean pulse, the garter stitch texture of the Camber Vest creates beautiful ripples across its mono- chromatic fabric. Using Hinterland Range, the front and back of Camber are worked flat with nuanced shaping in the body and short-row shaping in the shoulders to create a sleek fit. Armhole edgings, button band and neck edges are picked up and worked after vest is assembled, finishing off the tailored form that makes Camber a perfect piece for layering over or under.

Sizes and Finished Measurements
Bust Circumference: 32 (37, 39.25, 44.25, 48, 52.25, 56.5, 60.75) in/81.5 (94, 99.5, 112.5, 122, 132.5, 143.5, 154.5) cm

Intended to be worn with +0-3 in/0-7.5 cm of ease at bust; shown in size 32 in/81.5 cm with +1 in/2.5 cm of ease on model

Yarn
522 (603, 640, 721, 782, 852, 921, 990) yd/477 (551, 585, 659, 715, 779, 842, 905) m worsted weight yarn

Shown in Hinterland Range (50% Rambouillet Wool, 50% Alpaca; 198 yd/181 m per 112 g/4 oz skein); Color: Honey; 3 (4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5) skeins

Blocked Gauge
Gauge measurement should be taken after blocking.
17 sts/28 rows = 4 in/10 cm in Textured Garter Rib Pattern with larger needles

Needles & Notions
Needle sizes are recommendations only; always use needle size necessary to achieve given gauge.

US #4/3.5 mm 16 in/40 cm circular needle US #4/3.5 mm 40 in/100 cm circular needle US #7/4.5 mm needles

tapestry needle
three .75 in/2 cm buttons

Skills
working shaping in Garter Rib Pattern, short row shaping, increasing and decreasing, picking up stitches