Bayside Garter Lace Pullover by Marie Greene

Bayside Garter Lace Pullover

Knitting
February 2019
Sport (12 wpi) ?
23 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette (with largest needles)
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1024 - 1744 yards (936 - 1595 m)
30/32, 34/36, 38/40, 42/44, 46/48, 50/52" bust
Errata available: oliveknits.com

I rarely incorporate lace into my designs; I’m more of a “structured texture” kind of gal. But I love the way this garter/eyelet combination results in a geometric edge that hardly feels like lace. This unique pattern provides an interesting alternative to traditional ribbing, and produces a tidy finish that lays perfectly flat with wear.

Bayside is worked back and forth from the beginning until the neck shaping is complete, then joined to work in the round from there. Garter stitch details at the raglan seams as well as a garter lace bottom border create interest, while providing structure and texture to the overall design. The sleeves and neckline are worked last.

(Note) There is an errata for Bayside Garter Lace Pullover, please follow this link for details : https://www.oliveknits.com/seamless-knit-sweaters-in-2-we...

Skill Level: Intermediate

Yardage: 1024 yards (1138, 1264, 1390, 1557, 1744) (936 m
1041, 1156, 1271, 1424, 1595)

Needle Sizes:
U.S. size 5/3.75 mm (24–32” 60– 80 cm) circular needle (body)
U.S. size 5/3.75 mm (12” 30 cm) circular needle or DPN (sleeves)
U.S. size 3/3.25 mm (12” 30 cm) circular needle or DPN (sleeve cuff)
U.S. size 3/3.25 mm (16–24” 40– 60 cm) circular needle (neckline)
Note: Use needle size necessary to obtain gauge.