Crossbill by Pelykh Natalie

Crossbill

Knitting
July 2021
DK (11 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Main Pattern on 4 mm [US6] needles, after blocking and stretched
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
372 - 1674 yards (340 - 1531 m)
kids - 12 mos; 18 – 24 mos; 3 yrs (4 yrs; 5 yrs; 6–7 yrs) (8–9 yrs; 10–12 yrs; 12–14 yrs); adults - 34–36 (38–40; 42–44; 46–48) (50–52; 54–56; 58–60)
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“Crossbill” sweater is worked from the bottom up in one piece in the round. At armhole level, work is divided into Front and Back, which are finished separately, shoulder seams are joined using the three-needle bind-off method. Sleeves are worked separately, minimal sleeve cap shaping is achieved using short-row shaping.

Sizes available: kids - 12 mos; 18 – 24 mos; 3 yrs (4 yrs; 5 yrs; 6–7 yrs) (8–9 yrs; 10–12 yrs; 12–14 yrs); adults - 34–36 (38–40; 42–44; 46–48) (50–52; 54–56; 58–60)

Needles and Materials:
– yarn Merino DK by cowgirlblues (100% merino wool; 50 g – 85 m 1.75 oz – 93 yds)
or Quince and Co. Lark (100% wool, 50 g – 123 m 1.75 oz – 134 yds)
or Mondial Superwool (100% merino wool, 50 g – 125 m 1.75 oz – 137 yds)
– circular knitting needles 3 mm US2.5 and 4 mm US6
or other appropriate size to obtain gauge.
– stitch markers; cable needle, tapestry needle, stitch holder, spare circular, extra cords or a piece of auxiliary yarn

Gauge:
28 sts and 32 rows/rounds = 10x10 cm 4x4 in, in Main Pattern on 4 mm US6 needles, after blocking and stretched.