Ruins of Dunstaburgh Castle - Trinity Stitch Vest by Susan Mills
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Ruins of Dunstaburgh Castle - Trinity Stitch Vest

January 1997
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
24 stitches = 4 inches
in trinity stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
678 - 904 yards (620 - 827 m)
small, medium and large

From ‘Knitting Today’s Classics’: “Traditional trinity stitch provides the overall texture for the woman’s cropped vest, and simple four-stitch cables are inset at the sides and across the back. With its crew neck and straight edges, this vest creates the effect of a cropped, sleeveless pullover.”

The vest is unfitted, with a generous crew neckline.

The pattern begins on page 101.

This pattern includes a Man’s Shawl collared pullover and a Woman’s crewneck pullover.

SIZES: Small (Medium, Large).

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 38 (42, 46)”/ 96.5 (106.5, 117) cm

YARN REQUIREMENTS: Classic Elite Evergreen Cashmere/Wool - 678 (904, 904) yds / 621 (828, 828) m / 3 (4, 4) hanks.
Equivalent yarn: light, worsted-weight wool – 680 (800, 900) yds / 622 (732, 823) m

NOTIONS: seven ½” (1.5 cm) buttons.

NOTE: The cable pattern is written out – there is no charts. The crew neck collar, armhole edgings and buttonbands are worked in a K1, P1 ribbing by picking-up stitches from the various body pieces.