E L L O by Petra Breakstone
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July 2015
Linen by yarnz2GO
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1.0 mm
940 - 1300 yards (860 - 1189 m)
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A wonderfully feminine vest featuring a lot of simple, yet intriguing details. There is a bit of lace, some beautiful beads, easy Stockinette stitch and an I cord edging.
The sheer volume of this vest is just delicious!

Wear it upside down, right side up, as a scarf, a wrap, a poncho (both armholes over head) or a cowl.
The possibilities are endless. You will find over 25 ways to wear this vest right here.

Sizes S/M – L/XL – XXL/XXL
To fit bust sizes 34-38/ 40-44/ 46-50. This piece is extremely loose fitting and may accommodate larger sizes as well.

How to video links included about adding beads with a crochet hook and the I-cord bind off.

Yarns: Linen, a fingering weight yarn between 940 and 1300 yards depending on size. This yarn drapes amazingly!
Knit kits with everything needed including yarns and beads in all sizes and delicious colors are available at www.yarnz2GO.com with the free emailed pattern (can also be send to you via Ravelry)

US size 5 (3.75mm) circular needle 32” in length.
Crochet hook, 0.75mm in size.
135/150/165 size 6 beads
42/44/46 Stitch markers have been found to be helpful in the lace section.

14 sts and 20 rows in 4”, knitted in Stockinette stitch.

This project is suitable for the adventurous, advanced beginner.

Pattern tech edited and test knitted.

This pattern is part of several E-books of mine. “Toppings”, “Modernism” and the newest one “Convertibles” in which every project converts into something else.