Nara by Regina Moessmer


June 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in ribbing k3,p2
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
830 - 1750 yards (759 - 1600 m)
XS , S, M, L, XL, XXL
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Nara is worked seamlessly from top down with an allover ribbing pattern. For yoke increases it uses the contiguous method by Susie Myers. The neckline is shaped with german short rows. After short rows are done, the sweater is worked in full rounds.
There is a cute little lace pattern at the waist.


Karen Noe Design Laura
100% Linen, 50g - 200 m


Circular needles and dpns (or magic loop) US2.5 (3.0 mm)


26 sts x 36 rows in ribbing


XS 940 yds (860 m)
S 1000 yds (920 m)
M 1120 yds (1040 m)
L 1180 yds (1080 m)
XL 1320 yds (1200 m)
XXL 1400 yds (1280 m)


stitch markers, tapestry needle, waste yarn or stitch holder


Knitting in the round and flat with circular needles and dpns (or magic loop) for sleeves, short row shaping using the german short rows method, slanted increases M1L / M1R knitwise and purlwise, contiguous method


circumference at bust
XS: 33.3 inch(84.5 cm)
S: 36.3inch (92 cm)
M: 39.4 inch (100 cm)
L: 42.5 inch (108 cm)
XL: 45.3 inch (115 cm)
XXL: 48.4 inch (123 cm)