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Filijokus has stripes in at least two directions, a generous neckline, some waist and bust shaping, and even a little coin pocket.
As on all Ziggurat garments, everything is knitted in one go, with only the collar and pocket lining worked last.
There is no seaming, and only a few ends to weave in when you’re done. The set-in sleeves are knitted in the round from cap to cuff.
The recommended yarn, Semilla DK, produces a supple, slightly lighter than normal DK-weight fabric for an in-between seasons sweater or for cool summer evenings.
The collar and cuffs feature horizontal stripes and are knitted sideways.
- Written instructions
- Photo tutorials
- Helpful Table to keep track of increases and striping
- Waist shaping
- Optional bust dart
- Optional rear shaping
- Optional split hem (at left side on sample sweater)
MC 620 (650, 690, 730, 780) 820, 860, 890, 930, 960 m 670 (710, 760, 800, 850) 890, 940, 970, 1020, 1050 yds
CC 570 (600, 640, 680, 710) 750, 790, 810, 850, 880 m 620 (660, 700, 740, 780) 820, 860, 890, 930, 970 yds
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