Taranaki by Allison Jane
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Taranaki

Knitting
March 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
22.5 stitches and 33.25 rows = 4 inches
in curl stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1270 - 2890 yards (1161 - 2643 m)
(35 1/2, 39 3/4, 42 3/4)(47, 50 1/2, 54)(58 1/4, 61 3/4, 65 1/2)"
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A light, slightly cropped sweater with patterned raglan panels and overall texture, this sweater is a fun and quick knit perfect for the spring or fall. Not too complicated for the aspiring sweater knitter, but with enough interesting details to keep the knitting from being dull.

This sweater is knitted from the top down, with classic raglan shaping. It is meant to be worn with positive ease, and is shown worn with 4”10 cm of positive ease. Sizes listed are finished bust circumferences; model is shown wearing size 39 3/4”, model has a 36” bust.

Finished Measurement
(35 1/2, 39 3/4, 42 3/4)(47, 50 1/2, 54)(58 1/4, 61 3/4, 65 1/2)”(90, 100, 108)(120, 128, 137)(148, 157, 166) cm bust circumference

Yarn
Elsawool Woolen-spun Sport Weight(350 y320 m in 4 ounces113 g; 100% Cormo wool), (4, 4, 4)(5, 6, 6)(7, 7, 8) skeins in color Light Grey
Approximately (1270, 1425, 1575)(1770, 1960, 2120)(2425, 2580, 2890) yards (1160, 1300, 1445)(1620, 1795, 1940)(2215, 2360, 2640)meters of fingering weight yarn

Gauge
22.5 stitches and 33.25 rounds = 4”(10 cm) in curl pattern
30 stitches and 35 rounds= 4”(10 cm) in slip cable

Needles
One 32” 80 cm circular needle, US size 64 mm
One 16” 40 cm circular needle, US size 64 mm
One set DPNs, US size 64 mm

Pattern has been professionally tech edited by Dawn Catanzaro.

Many thanks to GanomyLove and chezlouie for test knitting!