Orza Pullover by La Maison Rililie
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Orza Pullover

Knitting
October 2014
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 34.5 rows = 4 inches
in Beaufort Pattern
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
1525 - 2517 yards (1394 - 2302 m)
XS-4XL (see below)
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The loose fitting Pullover with overall texture in two different stitch patterns proposes variation in colour blocking and graded striping.
Orza¹ has an asymmetrical raglan shoulder with a deeper, rounded shape in the back, reminiscent of racer back tops and worked in a different ratio at the front and the back of the raglan construction.
A slightly wavy, high crew neck balances out the horizontal striping, while the option to choose from two different versions for the sleeves (or to make both as shown) give this jumper a sportive feel and make for a fun piece.
¹ In mediterranean sailing terminology a boat is said to be sailing Orza when its sails are trimmed in tightly and it is sailing as close to the wind as possible. This point of sail lets the boat travel diagonally to the wind direction, or ‘upwind’.

Sizing (body size)
X-Small (31 inches or 78,5 cm bust),
Small (34 inches or 86 cm),
Medium (37 inches or 94cm),
Large (40 inches or 101,5 cm),
X-Large (43 inches or 109 cm),
XX-Large (46 inches or 116 cm),
3XL (49 inches or 124,5 cm),
4XL (52 inches or 132 cm).
You can find detailed measurements of the garment itself in the pattern

Gauge
24sts and 34,5 rows in 10 cm/4” in Beaufort pattern B
on 3,5mm/ US 4 needles, after light blocking (do not stretch).
28sts and 30 rows in 10 cm/4” in WaveBreaker pattern A
on 3,5mm/ US 4 needles, after light blocking (do not stretch).

Yarn:
Holst Garn Coast:

2(2,2,3,3,3,3,3 skeins MC1 (colourway Tweed) or approximately 626(674,726,803,855,903,956,1032) yards or 572(616,664,734,782,826,874,944) meters.

2(2,2,2,2,3,3,3) skeins MC2 (colourway Moorland) or
approximately 548(589,635,702,748,790,837,903) yards or
501(539,581,642,684,722,765,826) meters.

1 skein CC1 (colourway Robin’s Egg) or
approximately 117(127,137,151,161,170,179,194) yards or
107(116,125,138,147,155,164,177) meters.

1 skein CC3 (colourway Asparagus) or
approximately 117(127,137,151,161,170,179,194) yards or
107(116,125,138,147,155,164,177) meters.

1 skein CC2 (colourway Dove) or
approximately 117(127,137,151,161,170,179,194) yards or
107(116,125,138,147,155,164,177) meters.

…or any other light fingering weight yarn (at 382 yards or 350m/50gr) which gives you the proper gauge.

Needles:
3,5mm/US4 and 3mm/US2½ circular needles
(at least 80 cm/31” long).

Other:
Tapestry needle, stitch markers (4) + (8) in different colour,
stitch holders or smooth scrap yarn.

Skill Level: Advanced