The inspiration for this five-piece collection designed by michiyo comes from the yarn itself—the world’s most inspiring and beautiful Meadows. Hikari or ‘light’ in Japanese is a perfect name for the collection as it represents the lightness of the yarn and the lovely fabric it creates.
Tsumuzikaze is a Japanese word that means whirlwind, the design inspiration for this lovely pattern with an asymmetrical ‘whirling’ hem. This pullover is worked from the top down in the round. An eyelet pattern on the shoulders are worked as increases. The sleeves are worked separately, then in the round from the armhole. The lower edge is shaped with short rows. The design has enough ease at the bust, but it fits nicely around body with effect of a whirl.
Finished bust: 102 (110, 120, 146) cm 40 (43¼, 47¼, 57¼) in
Length: 62 (65.5, 70.5, 74) cm 24½ (25¾, 27¾, 29¼) in
Hem circumference: 76 (80, 88, 99) cm 30 (31½, 34¾, 39)in
The colorway of the sample garment is Fennel(Tommy Martin Photo) and Bellflower(cosysunnyday photo).
This pattern is in English.
We are so happy that Hikari Collection for The Fibre Co finally comes along.
Don’t you want to try out newest designs from Japan for warm season?
You’ll find a Ravelry group where Hikari Collection KAL is running from March 7 to April 30, 2017.