Ebbetts by Elizabeth Doherty
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Ebbetts

Knitting
November 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in 2x1 broken rib
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1340 - 2550 yards (1225 - 2332 m)
33¼ (36, 38¾, 42¾, 45¼, 48, 50¾, 54¾, 57¼, 60)" [84.5 (91.5, 98, 108.5, 115, 122, 128.5, 139, 145.5, 152.5) cm]
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Wrap yourself in cozy, rustic elegance. Ebbetts’ top down construction and modern drop shoulder design provide an easy fit, while the back shaping and a split hem bring elements of classic tailoring. Soft textures, achieved through a trio of simple stitch patterns, keep the knitter engaged. A lateral braid across the back shoulders provides structure and a crisp detail, and a generous seeded rib collar adds a bit of extra warmth, making this a perfect layer for the transitioning seasons.



Ebbetts is part of A Verb For Keeping Warm’s Fall 2018 Lookbook. View the whole lookbook here.

Ebbetts kits are available in five gorgeous colors on the Verb website.


Garment circumference at bust
33¼ (36, 38¾, 42¾, 45¼, 48, 50¾, 54¾, 57¼, 60)" [84.5 (91.5, 98, 108.5, 115, 122, 128.5, 139, 145.5, 152.5) cm]

Ease
Suggested ease at bust: + 2 to 4" [+ 5 to 10 cm],
at upper arm: + 1 to 2" [+ 2.5 to 5 cm]

Sample shown in 36" [91.5 cm] size, worn with 2½" [6 cm] of positive ease at bust, 1" [2.5 cm] at upper arm.

Yarn
A Verb for Keeping Warm Pioneer,
100% Organic California Merino, 160 yd [146 m] per 50g skein,
in Dried Hops.

9 (10, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 15, 16) skeins, or

1340 (1440, 1570, 1670, 1810, 1950, 2120, 2250, 2390, 2550) yds
[1230 (1320, 1440, 1530, 1660, 1790, 1940, 2060, 2190, 2330) m]

9 (10, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 15, 16) skeins

Needles
US 7 [4.5 mm]
US 6 [4mm]
US 5 [3.75 mm]
US 8 [5 mm]

Gauge
18 sts and 30 rows = 4" [10 cm] in 2 x 1 broken rib after blocking.


Need help? If you have questions about Ebbetts—or just want to share your progress!—please visit the Ebbetts discussion thread in the Blue Bee Knits group.