Nice Capades Sweater by Cori Eichelberger
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Nice Capades Sweater

Knitting
June 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in snowflake pattern stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
1100 - 2000 yards (1006 - 1829 m)
32 (34, 36, 38)(40, 42, 44) (46, 48, 50)" [81 (86.5, 91.5, 96.5)(101.5, 106.5, 112)(117, 122, 127) cm]

ERRATA: P. 23 INSTRUCTIONS: ROW 2(WS): K2, P2, rep from to last stitch, end K1. The P2 was accidentally omitted.

Minnesotans are known for being pleasant, civil, even in the most heated of arguments. We like to mind our own business, but we sometimes share a biting sense of polite sarcasm. Throw a blizzard at us and we shrug it off. We can spot you mile away in a snowdrift without your Sorel™ boots and your Northface™ jacket, and we’ll politely invite you in for a bite of hotdish. While there is such a thing as Minnesota Nice, there’s no such thing as a quick goodbye – we stand outside in the frigid cold saying goodbye forever. This tunic-length sweater with it’s yoke of snowflakes will keep you toasty warm on all your winter escapades with friends.

SIZES:FOR BUST: 32 (34, 36, 38)(40, 42, 44) (46, 48, 50)” 81 (86.5, 91.5, 96.5)(101.5, 106.5, 112)(117, 122, 127) cm

ACTUAL BUST/HIP CIRCUMFERENCE: 36 (37.5, 41, 42)(44, 45.5, 49)(50.5, 52, 55)” 91.5 (95.5, 103.5, 107.5) (112, 116, 124)(128, 132, 140 cm

YARN: Worsted-weight (approximately 220 yds per 100g), 1100(1200, 1300, 1300)(1400, 1400, 1500)(1600, 1700, 2000) yards of the main color and less than 100 yards of contrast color for snowflakes (ie. less than 50 yards when held double).

Sample (size 38” bust) was knit with Blue Moon Fiber Arts Targhee Worsted (100% Targhee) in Color: Slushie (616 yds/563 m or 240 g) (shown on model with 33” bust). Snowflakes were knit in James C. Brett ARIA Double Knitting (68% acrylic blend, 14% other, 9% mohair, 9% wool, with payettes), (100 yards/91 m and 25 g in shade Z4) which was HELD DOUBLE.

Pattern Notes:
•The body and sleeves are worked separately in the round to the underarms, then are joined before working the yoke. To ensure that the texture pattern flows smoothly across all garment elements, follow instructions for starting the pattern at a specific point in the repeat carefully.
•This tunic is knit from the bottom up. Take wearer’s hip measurement into consideration when selecting which size to knit.
• Sweater is designed with 3-5” (7.5-12.5 cm) positive ease.
•Please knit a swatch and wet block it before determining your gauge.

NOTIONS: Stitch markers, smooth waste yarn, tapestry needle,

SKILLS USED: Broken ribbing; colorwork; short rows; I-cord bind-off.

This pattern was tech edited and test knit.

Exclusively available as part of the Minnesota 52 book and eBook.