La grasse matinée by Anna Johanna
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La grasse matinée

Knitting
May 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
in St st
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
880 - 1465 yards (805 - 1340 m)
XXS-XS-S (M1-M2-L1) L2-XL-XXL
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A laid-back sweater for those lazy Sunday mornings.

The garment is knit seamlessly top-down. It features 3/4 raglan sleeves and pretty little eyelets in the hem and sleeves. It is meant to be worn with positive ease and I recommend you to block the body of the sweater but be careful not to block the sleeves too much as they are meant to be snug.

Size
XXS-XS-S (M1-M2-L1) L2-XL-XXL

The sweater is meant to be worn with positive ease. Choose a size with approx. 4’’/10 cm positive ease at bust circumference.

Finished measurements

Sleeve length: 12’’ / 30 cm

Upper arm circumference: 11.75-12.25-12.5 (13.75-14.5-14.5) 15.75-16.75-17.25’’ / 29.5-30.5-31 (34.5-36-36) 39-41.5-43 cm

Armhole depth: 6.75-7.25-7.25 (7.5-7.75-8) 8.25-8.75-9.25’’ / 17-18-18.5 (19-19.5-20) 20.5-22-23 cm

Bust, waist and hip circumference: 35.25-35.75-37.75 (40.25-41.5-44.25) 46.75-50-55’’ / 88-89.5-94.5 (101-104-110.5) 117-125-137.5 cm

Body length from underarm: 16.25’’ / 41 cm

Yarn
Rowan Fine Tweed (100 % single ply wool, 90m/25 g). Unfortunately this yarn has been discontinued but you can work the sweater in any fingering weight yarn.

10-11-11 (11-12-13) 14-15-17 skeins. Shown in color Leyburn.

Yardage
880-910-960 (1040-1085-1140) 1220-1330-1465 yrds / 805-930-875 (950-990-1040) 1120-1215-1340 m

Needles
US 1½ (2.5 mm) and US 2½ (3.0 mm) circular needles, 24’’/60 cm long, and dpns if you prefer to work the sleeves with them. Adjust the needle size if necessary to obtain right gauge.

Gauge
25 sts x 38 rnds = 4x4’’ / 10x10 cm in stockinette stitch with the bigger needles, worked in the round (after blocking).

Other
8 stitch markers, scrap yarn, tapestry needle.