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A basic v-neck T-shirt with dazzling possibilities, Luasc can be as minimalist 
or as exuberant as you like.

Options are provided for a variety of sleeve and 
bodice styles, offering several looks in one pattern. The gentle curvature 
of the v-neck creates a flattering neckline, while the hem and cuff treatments 
result in a clean finish - giving Luasc the look and feel of a true T-shirt, rather 
than a short-sleeve sweater. 

Quick and uncomplicated, this is an ideal pattern for summer, to pair with cotton, linen, nettle, hemp, or silk-blend yarns. 

Luasc means ‘flutter’ in Irish, referring to the (optional) style of the sleeves.



Size 1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)
Finished garment measures as follows around chest circumference:
87cm/ 34.25” (94cm/ 37”, 101cm/ 39.75”, 110cm/ 44”, 120cm/ 47.25”, 128.5cm/ 50.5”, 137.5cm/ 54.25”, 148.5cm/ 58.5”, 158.5cm/ 63”)

Intended to be worn with approximately 10cm/4” of ease.

designed using WildBrier, from Spinning Yarns Weaving Tales

suitable for sportweight yarns,
approximately 300m/ 325y per 100g/ 3.5oz

note: fingering-and light-DK weight yarns may also work if they suit the stated gauge

project requires approximately:

3 (3.5, 4, 4, 4.5, 5, 5, 5, 5.5) 100g/3.5oz skeins,
for full length bodice and flutter or 3/4 sleeves


23 sts x 30 rows = 10cm x 10cm in stockinette for main fabric 

(pattern explains how a gauge of 24 sts or 22 sts may also be used)


circular needle, 3.25mm (US 3) in diameter,
or as needed to meet gauge for main fabric 


removable stitch markers, measuring tape, 
scrap yarn
optional: additional scrap yarn in lace-weight for working underside of turned edges


provisional cast-on, i-cord,
optional: picking up sts along selvage edge

This T-Shirt is worked top-down, seamlessly, with compound raglan construction and V-neck shaping. Edgings at Hem and Cuffs are turned. The Neckline is finished with i-cord.

Note there are two separate sets of instructions: one that allows for the i-cord edging to be worked simultaneously with the neckline shaping, and the other where the neckline is worked after the garment is finished.