Call the Ships to Port by Les Tricoteurs Volants

Call the Ships to Port

January 2020
DK (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch in the round
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
864 - 1876 yards (790 - 1715 m)
XS-S-M-L-XL-2XL-3XL (to fit 80-86-97-108-117-127-137 cm/ 31½-33¾-38¼-42½-46-50-54 inches circumference at bust). This garment is designed with 5 cm/2 inches positive ease around the bust.
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Call the Ships to Port is a rugged seamless sweater inspired by the traditional Gansey sweaters of the Channel Islands. It is worked in the round from the bottom; worked flat across the front and back; and joined with a perpendicular saddle, following Elizabeth Zimmermann’s method. Sleeves are knit in the round from armscye to cuff, and borders are worked in 2/1 ribbing.

790-895-1065-1215-1395-1570-1715 meters (860-975-1165-1330-1525-1715-1875 yards) of light worsted weight yarn
(200-250 m/100 g).
Sample shown in The Fibre Co. Lore
(100% wool, 250 m/240 yards/100 g),
colour Majestic.

4,5 mm (US 7) circular needles (or size needed to obtain the gauge) for main fabric.
3,75 mm (US 5) circular needles for ribbing.
Both sizes are needed to work the main body and the sleeves in the round. Smaller size is also needed for the shoulders and neck.
Three stitch markers.
Cable needle.
Tapestry needle.

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