Hartford by Anne Podlesak

Hartford

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Knitting
November 2014
Sport (12 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Sleeve Ribbing
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1090 - 2071 yards (997 - 1894 m)
Finished bust sizes Bust: 29 1⁄2 (31 1⁄4, 33 1⁄4, 35 1⁄4, 37 3⁄4, 39 1⁄4, 42, 45 3⁄4)" / 74.5 (79.5, 84.5, 89.5, 96, 100, 106.5, 116) cm
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This pattern is available from twistcollective.com for $7.00.
Errata available: twistcollective.com

This pullover sweater is knitted in pieces, back and forth. Pieces are worked from the bottom hems up. The sleeves are knit flat from the wrist cuff up to the sleeve cap. They are then blocked, seamed and sewn into the armholes of the sweater. After blocking, pieces are seamed together and then stitches for the mock turtleneck collar are picked up and worked in the round to finish the garment.

Due to the allover ribbing, this sweater will draw in for a body-conscious fit. The sample was only lightly blocked, and is meant to be worn with a bit of negative ease. If you prefer a looser, boxier fit, consider choosing a size slightly larger than your actual bust measurement and/or blocking more severely to allow the ribbing to lay flat and not pull in.

Sizes available: 29 ½ (31 ¼, 33 ¼, 35 ¼, 37 ¾, 39 ¼, 42, 45 ¾)“ / 74.5 (79.5, 84.5, 89.5, 96, 100, 106.5, 116) cm
Shown in size 31 ¼”
Intended to be worn with negative ease.

Yarn: 10 (11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 19) skeins Dalegarn Heilo (109 yd /100 m per 1 ¾ oz / 50 g skein; 100% Norwegian wool) in #0004 Sand Heather

Katharine Hepburn: I wear my sort of clothes to save me the trouble deciding which clothes to wear.

This sweater is exactly “my sort of clothes”. Hope it is for you as well.