Dubarry by Melanie Berg


October 2023
Lace ?
13 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch, blocked
US 9 - 5.5 mm
1586 - 2465 yards (1450 - 2254 m)
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Dubarry has a free Row Map included, which makes knitting more accessible for chemo therapy patients and others who struggle with their concentration. Find out more about Row Maps here.

Let’s keep it real: life can get crazy, but your knitting doesn’t have to be.

Dubarry is like a spa day for your mind. Its simple yet stylish design lets you drift into the world of creativity without a care. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned pro, this sweater is as easy going as it gets.

The secret sauce? Kokon yarn. It’s like crafting with clouds, smooth and soothing. Each stitch is a step closer to serenity, even when life’s throwing curveballs. So, kick back, relax, and let Dubarry guide you through mindful knitting – one stitch at a time.

No matter how chaotic and stressful things get, remember: You’ve got your Dubarry knit to keep you cool, calm, and cozy. So grab those needles, sink into softness, and let the good times (and stitches) roll.

Measurements given are for the finished garment. The sweater is designed to fit with about 4 - 7” / 10 - 18 cm of positive ease at the bust, less for larger sizes. Photos show size 2 on a 38” / 96.5 cm bust model.
(40, 43.75, 47.5) (51) (54.75, 58.5, 62.25)“ / (100, 109, 118.5) (127.5) (137, 146, 155.5) cm bust circumference

color A (Raspberry): (1292, 1411, 1539) (1658) (1778, 1897, 2016) yds / (1179, 1288, 1405) (1514) (1622, 1731, 1840) m
color B (Spring Meadow): (294, 312, 339) (367) (394, 422, 449) yds / (268, 285, 310) (335) (360, 385, 410) m

Pattern has been tech-edited and test knitted.

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