Linaria by Pelykh Natalie
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Linaria

Knitting
July 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch, using 2.75 mm [US2] needles, after blocking and slightly stretched
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
2100 - 3281 yards (1920 - 3000 m)
kids - 12 mos; 18 – 24 mos; 3 yrs (4 yrs; 5 yrs; 6–7 yrs) (8–9 yrs; 10–12 yrs; 12–14 yrs); adults - 32 (34; 36; 38) (40; 42; 44) (46; 48; 50)
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The Linaria tunic is worked from the bottom up to the armhole in one piece in back- and forth rows, from where on it is continued in the round. At armhole level, work is divided, and front and back are worked separately, then shoulders are joined using the three-needle bind-off method.

You will need:
– yarn Sparrow by Quince & Co.(50 g - 154m)
– knitting needles 2.75 and 2.5 mm US2 and US1.5 
or other size to obtain gauge;
– stitch markers;
– stitch holder or piece of auxiliary yarn, tapestry needle;
– auxiliary needle.

Sizes available:
kids – 12 mos; 18 – 24 mos; 3 yrs (4 yrs; 5 yrs; 6–7 yrs) (8–9 yrs; 10–12 yrs; 12–14 yrs);
adults – 32 (34; 36; 38) (40; 42; 44) (46; 48; 50)

Gauge:
22 sts and 36 rows/rounds = 10x10 cm 4x4 in, in stockinette stitch, using 2.75 mm US2 needles, after blocking and slightly stretched.

Difficulty level:
Medium (co, k, kfb, k2tog, p, ssk, yo, bo, M1R, M1L, RLI, LLI)

Pattern includes charts and written instructions

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