Robie Street by Laura Aylor
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Robie Street

Knitting
August 2014
Sport (12 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in blocked stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1100 - 1700 yards (1006 - 1554 m)
XS (33.3), S (36), M1 (39.3), M2 (42), M3 (45.3), L (48), XL (51.3) - actual garment measurement
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Missed Connection

Where: the coffee house on Robie Street

When: Thursday evening, up to dark

You: drank a cappuccino in a white porcelain cup, a spoon laid quietly in its saucer; read Mrs Dalloway with an ever-blunter pencil in hand; crossed and uncrossed your legs as you looked out the window, darkening; dressed in a short-sleeved cardigan the color of old pennies. Where you sat the music from the speakers softened. When you left it trailed out the double doors as if to catch you.

A lightweight cardigan knit in soothing stockinette with garter rib trim and cozy pockets. Short sleeves make it perfect for layering over a tank or a long-sleeved turtleneck, making it a great transitional piece. Sample calls for one button with a snap underneath but you can use as many buttons as you like. For best results, use a yarn with a nice drape - merino with silk and/or cashmere or superwash merinos are good choices.

Construction is the same basic simplified version of Barbara Walker’s top-down seamless simultaneous set-in sleeve construction used in Sun Rose but with short-rows to shape the shoulder slopes. No seaming - not even for the pockets!

Skills required
 Long-tail cast-on
 Backwards-loop cast-on
 Short rows
 Picking up stitches
 Increasing
 Decreasing

Yardage:
XS - 1100
S - 1200
M1 - 1300
M2 - 1400
M3 - 1500
L - 1600
XL - 1700

Modeled in size M1 with about an inch of positive ease.