Curvo by Sachiko Burgin
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February 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 10 - 6.0 mm
820 - 1148 yards (750 - 1050 m)
96.5 (106.5, 117, 127, 137) cm/ 38 (42, 46, 50, 54) ins
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Knit from side to side, Curvo is a cosy, pullover with dramatically shaped shirt-tail hems, and ribbed edgings. No short-rows are used, as the curved hems and shoulder shaping are created using only increases and decreases, making it quite simple to knit.

Finished Measurements
Bust (approx) 96.5 (106.5, 117, 127, 137) cm/ 38 (42, 46, 50, 54) ins
Length from back neck to bottom hem: 67 (72.5, 75, 77.5, 79) cm/ 27½ (28½, 29 ½, 30½, 31) ins
Intended to be loose fitting with approx 10 - 15.5 cm/ 4 - 6 ins positive ease.
Model is wearing smallest size, and has a bust size of approx 84 cm/ 33 ins.

5 (6, 6, 7, 7) skeins Illimani Yarns Amelie in “Grey” (56% mulberry silk, 40% baby alpaca, 4% merino; 150 m/ 164 yds per 50 g)
Needles and Notions
6 mm/ US 10, 60 - 80 cm/ 24 - 32 in circular needle
Stitch markers (removable)
Tapestry needle
T-pins (optional) for blocking
16 sts x 24 rows per 10 cm/ 4 ins in St st on 6 mm/ US 10, blocked. Adjust needle size to obtain gauge.

This sweater is knit sideways, starting from the left side. The body is knit in 2 flat pieces, then after seaming the shoulders the sleeves are picked up from the side edges and knit downwards towards the wrist. Circular needles are used to accommodate large number of stitches.
Measure your gauge swatch carefully. The stitch gauge affects the length of your finished sweater, while the row gauge affects the finished width. Row gauge is important in this project! A difference in row gauge may affect the amount of yarn needed.

Pattern has been tech-edited.