Odylon Lace V-neck by Anna Lipinska

Odylon Lace V-neck

Knitting
May 2014
Light Fingering ?
25 stitches and 35 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
1300 - 1800 yards (1189 - 1646 m)
XS(S, M, L, XL,XXL) – 86(91,96,101,106,111)cm 34(36,38,40,42,44)inches bust circumference
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A very lacey sweater with positive ease, a rather long knit with small size needles. The final effect is worth all the effort, time and patience.

The sweater is knit in the round, bottom-up, with set-in sleeves that are knit separately to ensure perfect fit. It’s bordered with garter and with side garter strips and a picked-up neckband.

Depending wheter you are a tight or a loose knitter, you can choose yarn ranging from Lace/2 ply, through Light Fingering/3 ply, Fingering/4 ply up to Sport/5ply, essential is to get the gauge right.

The lace pattern is easy to follow and requiers some basic lace skills - increasing, decreasing and yarnovers.

A very rewarding knit. Not only is the sweater a perfect wear for a chilly summer evening when you want a little warmth, but also for any day in the year when you put it over a contrasting garment like a turtle neck and enjoy the play of colour.