Evo His by Natasja Hornby

Evo His

October 2017
yarn held together
DK (11 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in Reverse Stockinette Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1258 - 1804 yards (1150 - 1650 m)
S(M, L, 1X, 2X)
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The shaped front and back panels of Evo’s richly textured, tactile design are as eye-catching as they are flattering. The braids (which are worked without the need for a cable needle) flanked by columns of twisted stitches and the twisted ribbed trims emphasize the clean, graphic lines of the sweater. The simple reverse stockinette background keeps the look classic and understated. The sweater has a neat, but comfortable fit, which you can customize to your liking and style through optional shaping.

Evo is worked seamlessly from the top down. The sleeves are worked inside out, so you can work them in stockinette stitch instead of reverse stockinette stitch.
The pattern includes instructions for V-shaping, which is optional. Instructions for a sweater with and without shaping are given.

S(M, L, 1X, 2X)
Finished chest circumference: 102(106, 118.5, 129.5, 140) cm / 40.25(41.75, 46.75, 51, 55)”

Sample is shown in size M with V-shaping and has 7 cm 2.75”of positive ease.

Suggested needle size body & sleeves 4 mm / US 6.

Approx. 1150(1250, 1350, 1500, 1650) m / 1250
(1360, 1480, 1640, 1800) yds of heavy dk / worsted weight yarn, preferably with a high wool content for elasticity and bounce.

Sample is shown in Queen of Purls Citadel DK; 100% British BFL, colorway Space Junk held together with Isager Spinni 1; 100%wool, colorway 13S to get gauge and the desired fabric.

You can find Evo Hers here.

If you want to see Evo in motion, please visit Episode 38 of the Fruity Knitting Podcast, where you can see both sweaters in action on the 17 minute mark.