Douglas Mountain by Alicia Plummer

Douglas Mountain

Knitting
November 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
975 - 2075 yards (892 - 1897 m)
32 (35.5, 40, 43.5)[48, 51.5, 56, 59.5]"/81.5 (90.5, 101.5, 110.5)[122, 131, 142, 151.5] cm
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Fallen leaves blanket the ground in a carpet of gold & warm browns. Swept up and dancing in the wind, they float carelessly through the canopy. Peace—at last. The breeze sings gently of humis, basalm, & sun-warmed pine needles. Alone, but not alone, in the wilderness. At each turn, thick rock cap moss carpets the old granite walls peripheral to the paths. The air feels clean & while this footpath has been traversed before, it feels uncharted. Pristine streams run alongside the trail, running, dancing down stones and over sand washes. Each step, wonder. Birdsongs ring out overhead like the purest bells, and as altitude is gained, so is clarity. At the summit, the daunting expanse of wilderness is laid out in ridges & valleys, and momentarily, wanderlust is satiated.

975 (1100, 1275, 1375)1575, 1700, 1900, 2075 yards/900 (1000, 1150, 1250)1450, 1550, 1725, 1875 cm

There is a full schematic at the end of the pattern BUT-
piece is cast on and worked flat for a short amount of time prior to casting on neckline sts and joining in the round. Raglans are continued to specified state, and then sleeves are separated from body. Body is continued in the round to the end, sleeves are also worked in the round to end. Neckline is then picked up and knit in the round. :)

Errata: First row has an erraneous sm.
First marker once working body is your BOR marker.