Enola

Knitting
July 2019
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking St in the round
US 4 - 3.5 mm
674 - 1214 yards (616 - 1110 m)
XS (S, M1, M2) [L, XL, XXL] - please see notes below on measurements
Flag of English English
This pattern is available for $5.90 USD buy it now

Buy this and get it’s sister Enola Sweater for half price! Add both to cart for set price of $8.85. Previous purchases count.

ENOLA

Solitary | Bare | Minimal

This seamless tee is knit from the bottom up, in the round. It commences with a twisted stitch rib hem, followed by flattering shaping increases to allow for ease of wear. Twisted rib faux side seams flow into the sleeve edging. It is then divided into two halves where the back and fronts are worked separately in the flat. There is a little short rowing for shoulder shaping and the finished twisted rib boat neck collar adds to the symmetry of this little elegant summer top.

Knit with the lightest of yarns, Meadow from The Fibre Company. This tee is soo light it practically floats :)

Video Tutorials included:
German Short Rows
3 Needle Bind off
________________________

SIZES:
XS (S, M1, M2) L, XL, XXL
Finished bust circumference:
86 (91, 99, 109) 119, 129, 139 cm
34 (36, 39, 43) 47, 51, 55

Suggested fit approx. 2.5 - 7.5 cm (1 - 3”) positive ease. Choose your size based on your own bust measurement. For example, if your bust measures 41” (at widest point) and you want 2” of inches of looseness (positive ease), then knit size Size 43 (M2). Sample shown in size M2 with 1.5”(3.75cm) ease. See tips for measuring your bust.
Measurements taken with relaxed fabric after blocking, so please knit a gauge swatch.

MATERIALS
Yarn:
The Fibre Company, Meadow 100g (498m/ 545yds; lace weight; 40% Merino wool, 25% baby llama, 20% silk, 15% linen). Sample shown in colour Bedstraw.
2 (2, 2, 2) 2, 2, 3 skeins.

123 (132, 146, 161) 181, 197, 221 grams
616 (661, 731, 811) 907, 989, 1110 metres
673 (723, 800, 886) 992, 1082, 1213 yards

Tools:
Needles

  • Size 3.5mm/US 4 circular needle, 80cm / 32” length (or size needed to obtain gauge) to knit the garment.
  • Additional 60 - 80cm / 24 – 32” circular needle for placing sts on hold and for the 3-needle bind off.
  • A spare gauge size DPN, or 0.25mm (1 US size) larger than gauge size needle depending on how tight your bind off is. If you tend to be tight, then opt for the larger needle to complete the 3-needle bind off. Stitch markers: 5 fixed (1 unique) and 1 removable Tapestry/Darning needle Row counter is recommended (optional)

GAUGE
24 sts x 34 rnds = 10cm x 10cm (4”x 4”) in stocking stitch worked in the round after blocking.

Hashtag:
#enolatee