Heart's Content by Jennifer Beale
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Heart's Content

Knitting
August 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
34 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in stranded stockinette with medium sized needles
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
930 - 2362 yards (850 - 2160 m)
(XXXS, XXS, XS) (S, M, L) (XL, XXL, XXXL)
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Heart’s Content is a top-down, seamless, knitted, sleeveless tee. The raglan lace and shoulder mesh transitions to a stranded yoke and body that has waisted shaping. Short rows in the collar raise the back neck and short rows in the cuffs minimize bulk in the underarms. With 3 different colourway options from which to choose, you can pick one “to your heart’s content”!

Techniques
Lace in round
Fair isle in round
Increasing and decreasing in lace
Increasing and decreasing in fair isle
provisional cast on
twisted ribbing
short rows in twisted ribbing

(XXXS, XXS, XS) (S, M, L) (XL, XXL, XXXL) with finished busts measuring (28, 30.25, 32.25) (35, 37.75, 40.75) (46.5, 51, 56.25)” / (71, 77, 82) (89, 96, 103.5) (118, 129.5, 143) cm. Sample shown is size M on a 35” / 89 cm bust corresponding to 2.75” / 7 cm positive ease. Intended to be worn with 0” to 3” (0cm to 7.5cm) positive ease.

Colourwork gauge: 34 sts and 34 rounds of Chart C1 to 4” (10cm) in the round after blocking and with 2.75mm needles (or needle size required to match gauge).

Yoke lace gauge: 22 sts and 31 rounds of Chart A to 3” X 2.75” (7.5cm X 7cm) in the round after blocking and with 3mm needles (or needle size required to match gauge).

Notions: small diameter cable needle such as a sock cable needle (ideally 2.75mm or less), stitch markers, scrap yarn

Yarn: Fingering weight wool in 16 colours. Samples are Knit Picks Palette (100% Peruvian Highland wool), 231 yards (211 metres) per 50 grams (you will need 1 ball of each colour, but 2 balls of colour A for sizes L, XL, XXL, XXXL, and 2 balls of colour K for XXXL). A good substitute is Jamieson’s of Shetland Spindrift (100% Shetland wool), 115 yards/105 m per 25g. The three colourways options using Palette are listed below with suggested Spindrift colour substitutes in parentheses.

Colourway option 1:

A: Oyster Heather (Eesit)
B: Cream (Natural White)
C: Stellar Heather (Havana)
D: Clove Heather (Olive)
E: Verdant Heather (Moorgrass)
F: Spearmint (Laurel)
G: Celadon Heather (Willow)
H: Mulberry (Zodiac)
I: Huckleberry Heather (Foxglove)
J: Lantana (Cyclamen)
K: Wallaby (Artichoke)
L: Victorian (Chestnut)
M: Tea Rose (Cinnamon)
N: Mai Tai Heather (Flame)
O: Golden Heather (Buttercup)
P: Mauve (Damask)

Colourway option 2:
A. Finnley Heather (Pebble)
B. Mist (Natural white)
C. Ashphalt Heather (Charcoal)
D. Pumice Heather (Shaela)
E. Camel Heather (Camel)
F. Cornmeal (Flax)
G. Custard (Lemon)
H. Ash (Oxford)
I. Marble Heather (Heron)
J. Silver (Steel)
K. Gosling (Granite)
L. Seafaring (Mermaid)
M. Calyspso Heather (Splash)
N. Caribbean (Caspian)
O. Tranquil (Mint)
P. Opal Heather (Storm)

Colourway option 3:
A. Coriander Heather (Mooskit)
B. Oyster Heather (Sand)
C. Midnight Heather (Mirrydancers)
D. Shire Heather (Woodgreen)
E. Opal Heather (Fjord)
F. Ciel (Teviot)
G. Bluebell (Blue Danube)
H. Douglas Fir (Pineforest)
I. Forest Heather (Fern)
J. Clover (Leprechaun)
K. Ash (Dove)
L. Lichen (Chartreuse)
M. Serpentine (Yellow Ochre)
N. Brindle Heather (Burnt Umber)
O. Autumn Heather (Paprika)
P. Edamame (Grannysmith)

Maybe you have it in your stash?! Specific amount of Palette required:

A: (29, 31, 35) (41, 46, 52) (69, 77, 82) grams
B: (6, 7, 8) (10, 12, 12) (13, 14, 16) grams
C: (16, 17, 19) (23, 24, 27) (30, 34, 39) grams
D: (15, 17, 18) (22, 23, 26) (29, 33, 38) grams
E: (15, 17, 18) (22, 23, 26) (30, 34, 39) grams
F: (9, 10, 11) (13, 14, 15) (17, 19, 22) grams
G: (10, 11, 12) (15, 16, 18) (19, 22, 25) grams
H: (10, 11, 12) (15, 16, 18) (19, 22, 25) grams
I: (10, 11, 12) (15, 16, 18) (19, 22, 25) grams
J: (12, 13, 14) (17, 18, 20) (22, 25, 29) grams
K: (22, 23, 26) (32, 35, 38) (43, 47, 54) grams
L: (16, 17, 19) (23, 25, 28) (31, 35, 40) grams
M: (10, 10, 11) (14, 15, 16) (18, 20, 23) grams
N: (12, 13, 14) (17, 19, 21) (22, 26, 31) grams
O: (1, 2, 2) (2, 2, 2) (3, 3, 4) grams
P: (8, 9, 10) (12, 13, 14) (15, 17, 20) grams

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Tech edited by Chaitanya Muralidhara (Ravelry: beginswithac)