Enderis Park Pullover by Melina Flynn

Enderis Park Pullover

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Knitting
June 2015
Sport (12 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Lace pattern
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
3.5 mm (E)
1380 - 1725 yards (1262 - 1577 m)
Finished Sizes Approximately 37” (41”, 45”, 49”) bust/chest
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The Enderis Park Pullover is my favorite design to date, because of the multiple techniques used. I took a few die hard knitting techniques that I’ve been itching to use in a design and used them to construct this top-down, set-in sleeve sweater worked in the round at the top and flat at the bottom. This top would work perfectly over a camisole and a solid color skirt or shorts, great for a fashionable day at the beach or out around town running errands in the summer. It is the kind of top to wear with jeans or jean shorts over a closer fitting shirt to keep my shoulders warm in the movie theater or even as a light, airy shirt to wear out to big outdoor gatherings like Summerfest (Milwaukee’s favorite outdoor music festival, located not too far from my shop).

Note: Don’t be intimidated by all the charts. They are grouped by size so that you won’t have to print off a ton of charts that you won’t need.

Breathe. Short rows on the back to make your back longer than the front while keeping the border in the round may sound complicated, but stitch markers will be your friend. You can never have too many stitch markers.

One other thing you’ll notice, with your left and right lifted increases at the shoulder, the stitches will get tight. Make sure you are very loose with these stitches so that they don’t bunch.