Drop Vee Tee

Knitting
September 2020
Sport (12 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
490 - 1620 yards (448 - 1481 m)
30", 34", 38", 42", 46", 50", 54", 58", 62" 66", 70"
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The Drop Vee Tee is a V neck tee design with drop stitch detailing along the sleeves and the bottom hem. It is worked top down raglan style in stockinette. It is designed for short cap sleeves, though you could easily add length if you prefer a longer sleeve. The tee is designed to fall at hip level, but can easily be customized to a shorter or longer length! It is meant to be a bit of a boxy fit, but the pattern will have options for waist shaping if desired. This is a #sizeinclusive pattern, and is designed for 1-6” of positive ease.

Sizes offered: 30 (34, 38, 42) {46, 50, 54} (58, 62, 66) 70
these sizes reflect the FINISHED bust measurement
sizes 30, 58, 62, 66 and 70 are untested. If you would like to knit this pattern in one of these sizes, I would be happy to gift the pattern in exchange for some feedback on the pattern in that size.

Needles required: 4.5 mm (40 inch cord for body, 16 inch cord for sleeves, may need 9 inch or DPNs for sleeves)
may need other size needles to meet gauge

Gauge: 20 sts = 4 inches 24 rows = 4 inches

Yarn required: any sport (2) weight or light dk (3) weight yarn that you can get gauge with (I used KnitPicks Paragon Sport - 123 yds per 50g ball)

Yardage required: 490 (580, 660, 760) {890, 1000, 1150} (1270, 1380, 1510) 1620
yardage is an approximation at this point, and is calculated using a hip length. I included more yardage than I actually used to account for people with longer torsos to get the same sort of fit as my sample, so this yardage should be more than enough for the hip length fit. Please allow for a bit extra yardage if choosing to do longer sleeves or body