Wavelette is a lovely layering piece with its lace front and delicate rolled hems. Fingering-weight yarn and a loose gauge make this light as air and quicker to knit than you might think.
Crest of the Wave (provided in both chart and written form), a variation on the classic Shetland Old Shale pattern, is easy to work and so gratifying with lacy bits and waves of double-strands of pearls (purls, really). This sweater is perfect for strolling on the beach or strutting out to dinner.
Louet Gems Fingering Weight (100% Merino; 185 yards/169 Meters per 50 gram skein); color: Cloud Grey; 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 skeins (approximately 666, 815, 977, 1145, 1325, 1509, 1685 yards)
US6/4.0mm 32-inch/80 cm circular needle (or length slightly smaller than chest circumference)
Set of US2/2.75mm DPNs
Coil-less safety pins or other removable stitch markers
24 sts x 26 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch on larger needle
Casting on (provisionally)