Camellia by Jeanette Sloan

Camellia

Knitting
July 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking/stockinette stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1444 - 1969 yards (1320 - 1800 m)
s, m, l, xl
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Camellia
A long sleeve, scoop neck sweater knitted in stocking stitch, which softly gathers into a decorative rib stitch yoke and sleeves.

materials
erika knight studio linen 85% recycled linen / 15% premium linen
approx. 120m/131yds – 50g hank 11(13:14:15) hanks
(colour shown in photo: Covet)
4mm/US 6 needles
4mm/US 6 circular needle 80cm/32in long stitch holders
cable needle
large eyed blunt tipped sewing needle
Note: Yarn amounts given are based on average requirements and are approximate.

Errata 29 March 2019
I was made aware that there’s an error in the instructions for setting up the Rib Strip pattern when working the front for the Medium & Large sizes. Please note below:

Medium size:
Next row (WS facing): Set up for rib stripe p2, (m1, p3) to last st, m1, p1. Wrapping the ball end of yarn around your thumb and a spare end of yarn around your forefinger in the slingshot position use the long tail method to cast on 33 sts then cont with the main yarn only p1, (m1, p3) to last 2 sts, m1, p2. 113 sts

Large size:
Next row (WS facing): Set up for rib stripe p2, (m1, p3) to last 3 sts, m1, p3. Wrapping the ball end of yarn around your thumb and a spare end of yarn around your forefinger in the slingshot position use the long tail method to cast on 33 sts then cont with the main yarn only p2, (m1, p3) to end. 121 sts