Zigzag Eyelet Pullover by Kristin Nicholas
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Zigzag Eyelet Pullover

January 1997
Aran (8 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch on larger needles
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
800 - 910 yards (732 - 832 m)

From ‘Knitting Today’s Classics’: Cotton is the quintessential hot-weather fiber. Available in glossy (mercerized) and matte (natural, untreated) finishes, cotton produces knitwear with a crispness no other fiber can approach. Cables and lace are especially well suited to mercerized cottons because the detailing practically jumps out of the fabric. Cotton sweaters are often quick and easy to knit, allowing them to be completed in time for the hot weather. This fiber is also a great choice for children’s sweaters, as most cotton yarns can be washed and dried by machine. Vertical zigzag stripes of lace are interspersed between panels of garter stitch in this quick-to-knit bright summer pullover. The edges are worked in easy garter stitch. This is a great project for knitters who want to try lace for the first time.
Pattern begins on page 103.

SIZES: Small (Medium, Large).

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 38½ (45½, 52½)”/ 98 (115.5, 133.5) cm

YARN REQUIREMENTS: Heavy Worsted Weight yarn, 800 (840, 910) yds / 12 (13, 13) skeins.

SHOWN IN: Classic Elite Newport, #2019 Pink.

CHARTS INCLUDED: 1 lace work chart