Isle of Hope by Sara Gresbach
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Isle of Hope

Knitting
August 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
9 stitches and 12 rows = 2 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
845 - 1370 yards (773 - 1253 m)
29 (32, 35, 38)(41, 44, 47)” / 74 (81, 89, 97)(104, 112, 119) cm
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Never turn your back on hope, and always keep a little bit in your pocket.

Feminine, airy, and interesting to knit, Isle of Hope is meant to lift your spirits. Daydream about what makes you smile while you knit….then be sure to seek it out!

Have a little daydreamer to knit for….check out the children’s version, Petite Isle of Hope.

Materials:
-845 (930, 1010, 1085)(1145, 1265, 1370) yds / 775 (850, 925, 990)(1050, 1155, 1255) m of Fibra Natura Good Earth Solids (53% cotton, 47% linen; 204 yards / 187 meters per 100 grams / 3.53 ounces) Shown in #102 Cloud.
-US #8 / 5.0 mm or size needed to obtain gauge
long circular needles and DPN’s (optional, for pockets and 3-needle bind off)
-US #7 / 4.5 mm or one size smaller than gauge needles
long circular needles or DPN’s (optional for cuffs & neckband)

In addition to yarn and needles, you will also need 2 sets of 4 stitch markers, distinguishable from each other for working pockets, and a set of 6 locking stitch markers for working sleeve caps.

The front and back of this pullover is worked flat from the bottom up, in pieces then seamed at the shoulders and sides.
Sleeve stitches are picked up around armholes and worked from the top down, using short rows to shape sleeve cap.