Inse

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Inse
{in-shuh} Irish: flood plain or water meadow.

At the base of the Inishowen Peninsula lies a magical place. A saltwater marshland, this modest looking network of meadows supports a thriving ecosystem of local plant and birdlife.

Inspired by this landscape, Inse is at once delicate and
 hardy, exuberant and simple. The lacework at the yoke evokes marshy wildflowers and brambles, with hints of the same motif accenting the cuffs and the split hem. 


Lightweight, versatile, and straightforward in its construction, Inse is a classic circular yoke pullover that is suitable 
for a variety of skill levels and ideal for four-season wear.

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Yarn
designed with Studio Donegal Darnie, 410m / 100g (440y / 3.5oz) 

requires 3 (3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 5) skeins

suitable for fingering-weight yarns

Gauge
26 sts x 34 rounds = 10cm x 10cm (4” x 4”)

Needles

Needle A: circular needle, 3.25mm (US 3) in diameter, or as needed to meet gauge in stockinette

Needle B: circular needle, 2.75mm (US 2) in diameter, or as needed to meet gauge elsewhere (see Pattern Notes)

Notions
tapestry needle; stitch markers; scrap yarn, measuring tape

Size 1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
Garment measures as follows around chest circumference:
86cm/ 34.5” (91cm/ 36.5”, 95cm/ 38”, 99cm/ 39.5”, 106cm/ 42.5”, 116cm/ 46.5”, 122cm/ 48.75”)

Fit

Select size with desired amount of ease (pattern includes detailed schematic). In the photos, the first model wears this sweater with zero ease. The second and third models wear this sweater with 2” of ease.

Construction:
This sweater is worked from the top down, in the round. Lace is worked at the yoke, as well as above cuffs and hem. Bodice and sleeves are worked in stockinette, with cuffs and split hem worked in single rib.

Special Techniques
short rows, basic lace, provisional cast-on

Yarn Recommendations
This pattern will work with a variety of fingering weight and light-fingering weight yarns (400m or more per 100g). Due to the subtle nature of the lacework, heavily variegated colourways are not recommended.

Pattern Support
visit the LB Handknits ravelry group
or lbhandknits.com