Sleeveless Slipover by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas
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Sleeveless Slipover

Knitting
March 2017
DK (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch on larger needle, after blocking
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
565 - 2170 yards (517 - 1984 m)
8 sizes: Finished bust: 34 (37, 40, 43, 46, 49, 52, 55)"/ 86 (94, 102, 109, 117, 124, 132, 140)cm.
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“8 sizes and 4 lengths!”

This style is so versatile, we all wanted different lengths. So here you have it—cropped, hip, tunic, and dress lengths. Or any length you’d like! It’s quite simple to customize your Slipover—for your personal style or body type, as a long layer with side vents, or as a short topper over a tee, to be dressed up or down.

We designed eight different sizes and four different lengths in a variety of summery fibers. From the effortlessly cool Shibui Twig to the deliciously lustrous Blue Sky Fibers Alpaca Silk, from the glowing and drapey Erika Knight Studio Linen to the incomparable pairing of Shibui’s Cima and Reed—there are so many beautiful textures and fabrics and colors to play with. You might want to knit a few and mix it up!

This 8 page pattern includes:

  • Color photographs by the talented Jared Flood.
  • A Special Technique—‘flat slipped-stitch’ edging (to keep those side vents from rolling).
  • Step-by-step guide for adjusting body & armhole lengths, with a fill-in-the-blank section to help with the math.
  • A tutorial on picking up stitches for neck & armhole edgings (along horizontal, vertical and sloped edges) accompanied by color photos.
  • A complete abbreviations glossary.
  • Instructions for swatching for gauge and fabric, and finishing and blocking your garment.

SIZES
This slipover is designed with approx. 3–5”/7.5–12.5cm of ease, but you can choose a size that will fit more closely or more oversized. Details given for smallest size, larger sizes in parentheses ( ).

Finished bust: 34 (37, 40, 43, 46, 49, 52, 55)”/86 (94, 102, 109, 117, 124, 132, 140)cm, after seaming and blocking.

To fit bust: 29−31 (32-34, 35-37, 38-40, 41-43, 44-46, 47-49, 50-52)”/74-79 (81-86, 89-94, 97-102, 104-109, 112-117, 119-124, 127-132)cm with 3-5”/7.5-12.5cm of ease.

FINISHED BODY LENGTHS
Measured from high shoulder (where shoulder meets neck) to hem.

Cropped length: 18½ (18¾, 19, 19¼, 19½, 19½, 19¾, 20)”/46.5 (47, 48, 48.5, 49, 49, 50, 50.5)cm.

Hip length: 22½ (22¾, 23, 23¼, 23½, 23½, 23¾, 24)”/57 (57.5, 58.5, 59, 59.5, 59.5, 60.5, 61)cm.

Tunic length: 29½ (29¾, 30, 30¼, 30½, 30½, 30¾, 31)”/74.5 (75, 76, 76.5, 77, 77, 78, 78.5)cm.

Dress length: 43½ (43¾, 44, 44¼, 44½, 44½, 44¾, 45)”/110.5 (111, 112, 112.5, 113, 113, 114, 114.5)cm.

YARN
If you use a combination of two yarns held together, you will need the yardage given below for each yarn.

Cropped length: Approx. 565 (620, 675, 730, 790, 835, 895, 955) yds/517 (567, 617, 668, 722, 764, 818, 873)m DK-weight yarn. Shown in yellow in Shibui Twig, (190 yds/174m each), Color 2041 Pollen.

Hip length: Approx. 690 (755, 820, 885, 955, 1010, 1080, 1150) yds/631 (690, 750, 809, 873, 924, 988, 1052)m DK-weight yarn. Shown in stone in Blue Sky Fibers Alpaca Silk, (146 yds/133m each), Color 115 Oyster.

Tunic length: Approx. 910 (990, 1075, 1155, 1240, 1315, 1400, 1490) yds/832 (905, 983, 1056, 1134, 1202, 1280, 1362)m DK-weight yarn. Shown in red in Shibui Cima, (328 yds/299m each) and Shibui Reed, (246 yds/225m each) held together throughout, both in color 115 Brick.

Dress length: Approx. 1350 (1465, 1580, 1700, 1820, 1930, 2050, 2170) yds/1234 (1340, 1445, 1554, 1664, 1765, 1875, 1984)m DK-weight yarn. Shown in grey in Erika Knight Studio Linen, (131 yds/120m each), Color 405 Remnant.

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 5 (3.75mm) needle, or size to obtain gauge.
US 3 (3.25mm) needle, or two US sizes/.5mm smaller than gauge needle.
2 stitch markers.
Darning needle to finish.

GAUGE
22 sts/32 rows = 4”/10cm in stockinette stitch on larger needle, after blocking.