Chelsea Morning by Elizabeth Davis
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Chelsea Morning

Knitting
December 2013
Light Fingering ?
20 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1290 - 4000 yards (1180 - 3658 m)
(xs, s, m) (l, xl, 2x) (3x, 4x, 5x)
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A block of color and a pocket set the playful mood of this simple and modern pullover. Oversized fit, bracelet sleeves, and a longer hem in the back make it fresh and easy to wear.

sizes (xs, s, m) (l, xl, 2x) (3x, 4x, 5x)
to fit bust approx (30, 34, 38) (42, 46, 50) (54, 58, 62)” / (76, 86, 97) (107, 117, 127) (137, 147, 157)cm
with finished bust (42, 46, 50) (54, 58, 62) (66, 70, 74)” / (107, 117, 127) (137, 147, 157) (168, 178, 188)cm
and a suggested ease of + 10-14” / 25-36cm.
Sample is size s modeled with approx 12” ease.

Yarn
Isager Spinni - Wool 1, 100% wool; 50g / 340 yds (311m), yarn held double. (5, 5, 5) (6, 6, 6) (7, 7, 8) skeins MC, shown in colorway 7s (wheat); and (3, 3, 4) (4, 4, 4) (5, 5, 5) skeins CC, shown in colorway 39s (heathered shrimp).

Approx yardage if using a single strand of dk or light worsted weight yarn is (800, 870, 950) (1030, 1100, 1180) (1250, 1330, 1400) yards / (740, 800, 870) (950, 1010, 1080) (1150, 1220, 1290) meters MC and (490, 530, 580) (630, 670, 720) (770, 810, 880) yards / (450, 490, 540) (580, 620, 660) (710, 750, 790) meters CC.

Notes
This sweater is worked in the round from the bottom up with a modern ribbed hemline and faux side seams. No seaming is required. Pocket stitches are placed on waste yarn to be worked at the end. Front and back of garment are separated at armholes and worked upward. After neck shaping, shoulders are shaped with short rows and joined with a 3-needle bind off. Stitches are picked up for sleeves and neckband and are worked in the round.

Links are provided in the pattern to tutorials for techniques that may be new or unfamiliar to a beginner knitter.