Lines Sweater by Simone Ryan

Lines Sweater

Knitting
January 2021
yarn held together
Lace
+ Aran
= Bulky (7 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
7.0 mm
US 11 - 8.0 mm
591 - 984 yards (540 - 900 m)
A (B) C (D) E (F) G (H) I
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The Lines Sweater is a chunky and slightly oversized raglan sweater worked from top to bottom in one piece. It features a simple geometric line pattern that is worked by using cables. The collar is knit as a double collar and the body is finished with a split hem. The ribbings on body and sleeves are finished with a tubular bind off.

Sizes:
A (B) C (D) E (F) G (H) I

Finished garment circumference:
93.5 (106) 119.5 (126.5) 132.5 (139.5) 146 (159.5) 166.5 cm /
36.5 (41.75) 47 (49.75) 52.25 (55) 57.5 (62.75) 65.5”

For a bust circumference of approx.:
71-76 (81.5-86.5) 91.5-96.5 (101.5-106.5) 112-117 (122-127) 132-137 (142-147.5) 152.5-157.5 cm /
28-30 (32-34) 36-38 (40-42) 44-46 (48-50) 52-54 (56-68) 60-62”
This sweater is designed to be worn with approx. 10-20 cm / 4-9” of positive ease.
If you’re in between sizes, I recommend choosing the smaller size. If you’d like a tighter fitting garment, choose a size with less positive ease to your actual bust circumference.
Example: If your bust measures 95 cm / 35.5”, please choose size C with a finished garment circumference of 119.5 cm / 47”.*

Recommended length for the body (adjustable):
21.5 (22) 22.5 (22.5) 23 (23) 23.5 (24) 24.5 cm /
8.5 (8.75) 8.75 (8.75) 9 (9) 9.25 (9.5) 9.75”

Sleeve circumference:
40 (46.5) 46.5 (49.5) 53.5 (51.5) 54.5 (58.5) 58.5 cm /
15.75 (18.25) 18.25 (19.5) 21 (20.25) 21.5 (23) 23”

Recommended sleeve length (adjustable):
52.5 (53) 53.5 (54) 54.5 (55) 55.5 (56) 56.5 cm /
20.5 (20.75) 21 (21.25) 21.5 (21.75) 21.75 (22) 22.25”

Recommended yarn:
Option 1:
Wooladdicts Hope (Virgin Wool) (90 m/100 g or 99 yds/3.5 oz, bulky weight)
Option 2:
Filcolana Peruvian held double (100 m/50 g or 109 yds/1.76oz, Aran weight)
Option 3 (for a lightweight version):
Camarose DK Snefnug (110m/50g, 120 yds/1.76oz, Aran) held with
Midnatssol (199m/25g, 218 yds/0.88oz, Lace)

Yardage:
644 (753) 855 (910) 977 (1092) 1195 (1346) 1450 m /
704 (823) 935 (995) 1068 (1194) 1307 (1472) 1586 yds
Note: If you’re knitting with two strands, you will need this amount from both qualities.

Gauge swatch:
13 sts x 16 rounds = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” on 8mm (US 11) needles, worked in stockinette, measured after blocking.

Needles and notions:
- 7mm and 8mm (US 10.5 and US 11) circular knitting needles (with a 100 cm / 40” cable) or an adjusted needle size to achieve gauge
If you’re not knitting your sleeves with the Magic Loop method, you will need 7mm and 8mm (US 10.5 and US 11) DPNs or Shorties

  • 4 stitch markers
  • Cable needle
  • Tapestry needle to weave in ends