Feather and Fan Lace Sweater by Stephanie Lajoie

Feather and Fan Lace Sweater

March 2016
DK (11 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
450 - 850 yards (411 - 777 m)
XS, S, M, L, XL
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This sweater was written using a hybrid saddle-shoulder and raglan construction, knitted seamlessly from the top down with lace sections on both sleeves and the front and a progressive 2x2 rib edge worked from the waist down. Two neckline options are available, a V-Neck and a scoop neck.

Please note that this pattern contains written instructions only

The pattern was written for a DK weight bamboo yarn, and since bamboo tends to grow a lot when worn, I wrote the pattern with 2” negative allowance. If you plan on using a different yarn or if you prefer a looser fit, feel free to size up.


XS (26”) for 28” bust, S (30”) for 32” bust, M (34”) for 36” bust, L (38”) for 40” bust, XL (42”) for 44” bust.


20 sts & 28 rows for a 4” square on size 6 (4 mm) needle in stockinette st


US 3 & 6 (3.25 & 4 mm) circular needle & DPNs
8 stitch markers
450 to 850 yards of DK weight yarn
The sample was knit in size Medium with 3.11 skeins (551 yards) of Bamboo Pop yarn.


To use this pattern, you need to know how to Knit, purl, SSK, K2tog, YO, M1L & M1R. All the instructions are written, but some charts are also provided as a reference for the neck and raglan increases.