Rippling Water by Annamária Ötvös

Rippling Water

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Rippling Water is a top-down, seamless, cozy pullover with cowl neck.
It is a simple and quick project with a few interesting features: squishy Brioche stitch, beautiful shaping lines, unusual construction.
The whole sweater is worked in the round, we start the work with the cowl that is shaped with some increases creating the top of the sleeves. The yoke is shaped with raglan-like increases.
After separating the body and the sleeves, body is worked top down in the round to the hem.
Sleeves are worked from the underarm to the cuff in the round.
Worked with a heavy worsted or aran weight yarn at a loose gauge the result is an airy and drapey fabric.

11 sts and 34 rounds = 10x10 cm/4”x4” in Brioche Stitch knit in the round with larger needle after blocking
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.

XS1 (XS2: S1: S2: M1: M2: L1: L2: XL1: XL2)

Finished Measurements
91 (94.5: 102: 105.5: 112.5: 116.5: 123.5: 127.5: 131: 138) cm / 35¾ (37¼: 40: 41½: 44½: 45¾: 48¾: 50: 51½: 54½) inches bust circumference at underarm.

Intended to fit with approx. 20 cm/8” positive ease at bust.

Approximately 795 (840: 890: 940: 1000: 1060: 1125: 1195: 1265: 1345) meters / 870 (920: 975: 1030: 1095: 1160: 1230: 1305: 1385: 1470) yards

Sample shown is size S2 with approx. 20 cm/8” positive ease at bust using The Plucky Knitter Traveler Aran (65% Merino-20% Silk-15% Yak, 201 m/220 y per skein) in colourway Fisherman’s Wharf.

· 80 cm/32” circular needle in each of the following sizes: 5.5 mm/ US 9 and 5.0 mm/ US 8 (or size to obtain gauge)
· 40 cm/16” circular needle or double pointed needles (dpns) in each of the following sizes: 5.5 mm/ US 9 and 5.0 mm/ US 8 for working in small circumference (or size to obtain gauge) (optional)

· spare circular needles or waste yarn for holding stitches
· 5 stitch markers: 1 red, 4 blue

Skill level: Intermediate
Necessary skills: Working in the round with dpns or magic loop.