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Zuli Tunic

Knitting
March 2014
DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
250 - 603 yards (229 - 551 m)
18 mo (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12) yr
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Basic cables, subtle lace, and delightful texture ensure that your time is interesting, fun, and quick. Your daughter is going to love this charming little number as much as you love knitting it.

My patterns are filled with beautiful photos, easy to read text, eye-catching layout, and everything you need to know in order to complete the project. Zuli Tunic has both written and charted instructions for you to choose between so nearly any skill level can have fun with the stitch pattern. Also note that measurements are provided in standard and metric units.

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skill level
Intermediate

finished measurements
Finished Bust Circumference: 20 3/4 (23 1/4, 25 3/4, 28 1/4, 28 1/4, 31, 33 1/2)” / 52.5 (59, 65.5, 71.5, 71.5, 78.5, 85) cm.
Intended to fit with 2 – 3 1/2″ / 5 – 9cm positive ease. Pullover
shown in size 8.

yarn
250 (285, 324, 410, 461, 533, 603) yds / 229 (261, 296,
375, 422, 487, 551) m DK Weight, CYC #3
Sample shown in: Plymouth Yarn DK Merino Superwash (130
yds / 119 m per 1 3/4 oz / 50 g ball; 100% superwash fine
merino): Firecracker, #1104, 2 (3, 3, 4, 4, 5, 5) skeins.

needles
Size 7 US (4.5 mm) 16-inch / 40.5 cm circular needles and
set of four double-pointed needles (dpns).
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain correct finished
gauge.

notions
cable needle (cn); 4 safety-pin style stitch markers (m);
tapestry needle

finished gauge
22 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch after
blocking
22 sts and 27 rows = 4” / 10 cm in Zuli Stitch after blocking

pattern notes
This pullover is worked flat, in pieces, and seamed together.
When working with the circular, do not join for the body.
The first and last stitch of every row is knit for easier
seaming.