Glow with the Flow by Stephen West

Glow with the Flow

October 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1800 - 2600 yards (1646 - 2377 m)
S (M, L)
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Experience the flowy marled fabric of this luscious oversized sweater. Begin with the collar using one strand of DK weight wool followed by seamless top-down shaping. Hold one strand of lace weight mohair silk together with one strand of fingering weight merino wool throughout the body and sleeves. This marled technique is ideal for using precious single skeins of speckled yarn like Walk Collection Cottage Merino. This garment is a super simple and relaxing project, perfect for layering with your fall winter wardrobe.

Sizes: S (M, L)

Finished Measurements: 57 (66, 75)” / 145 (168, 191)cm chest circumference. Small size is shown on a 37” / 94cm chest circumference with 20” / 51cm of positive ease.

The sweater is intended to fit with 20-30” / 51-76cm of positive ease for an oversized silhouette. Body and sleeve lengths are customizable.

Yarn: DK weight

Hold 1 strand of fingering weight together with 1 strand of lace weight mohair silk for a fluffy marled effect.

Yardage: 2 skeins (200g total) DK weight wool for collar, cuffs, & bottom ribbing.

120 (140, 160)g lace weight mohair
240 (280, 320)g fingering weight wool

Shown in: Walk Collection Merino DK
Back Ribbing & Sleeve Cuffs - Goldenrod colorway
Neckline & Front Ribbing - Galaxy colorway

Walk Collection Cottage Merino
Dragonfly, Medusa, Dreamcatcher, Embers, & Galaxy colorways

Walk Collection KidMohair Lace
Galaxy, Embers, Metal Dust, & Medusa colorways

Small size sample also used a bit of La Bien Aimée Mohair Silk in the gray San Tokki colorway.

Needles: 40” US 7 / 4.5mm circular
40” US 8 / 5mm circular
Neck and sleeves are worked in the round with the magic loop method.

Notions: 1 stitch marker, tapestry needle

Gauge: 18 sts & 24 rnds = 4” / 10cm in stockinette stitch

Errata: Back Ribbing for Small Size should read, k134 for the first row.
The corrected PDF was uploaded October 19, 2019.

Page 3, the third line under BODY should read:
K2tog, k 121 (141, 161) FRONT sts,…

Stitch counts in the first paragraph under BACK RIBBING should read:
K 134 (154, 174) sts.