Macomb by Annie Lupton

Macomb

Knitting
October 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Lace Pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 4 - 3.5 mm
900 - 1965 yards (823 - 1797 m)
36.75 (40, 43.25, 46.5, 49.5, 52.75) (56, 59.25, 62.5, 65.5, 68.75)” / 93.5 (101.5, 110, 118, 125.5, 134) (142, 150.5, 159, 166.5, 174.5) cm Bust circumference
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Macomb is a cropped knit pullover. It features a variety of striking lace patterns which look great combined and will keep your interest as you knit! This design is knit in pieces and seamed which makes for a nicely structured garment with a great fit. Originally designed in hand spun yarn, I updated the pattern to include the Fibre Company’s Lore yarn which has an earthy, rustic feel and makes the pattern shine. Perfect for layering over leggings and dresses, Macomb is sure to become a wardrobe staple!

THIS PATTERN CONTAINS CHARTS FOR THE LACE SECTIONS THAT ARE NOT WRITTEN OUT

Finished Dimensions:
Size 1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6) (7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
36.75 (40, 43.25, 46.5, 49.5, 52.75) (56, 59.25, 62.5, 65.5, 68.75)” / 93.5 (101.5, 110, 118, 125.5, 134) (142, 150.5, 159, 166.5, 174.5) cm Bust circumference
The sweater is designed to be worn with 2-4” / 5-10 cm positive ease.

Materials:
Fibre Co. Lore yarn in Stable color (100% wool, DK weight, 273 yards/ 100g)
Approximately 900 (985, 1075, 1165, 1285, 1380) (1480, 1585, 1755, 1855, 1965) yards / 823 (901, 983, 1065, 1175, 1262) (1353, 1449, 1605, 1696, 1797) meters
OR 4 (4, 4, 5, 5, 6) (6, 6, 7, 7, 8) skeins

Notions:
Stitch markers (locking and fixed), tapestry needle, row counter (optional)

Gauge:
Chart A Lace Pattern: 20 sts and 28 rows over 4” / 10 cm on Main Needles worked flat, after blocking

Needles:
Main Needle: Size 6 (4 mm) 24-32” / 60-81.5 cm circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge for the body and sleeves.
Ribbing Needle: Size 4 (3.5 mm) 16” / 40 cm AND 24-32” / 60-81.5 cm circular needles, or 2 sizes smaller than the gauge-size needle, for the ribbing of collar (worked in the round) and the hem (worked flat) Also used for all Chart B pattern work