Narcissus by Elizabeth Smith


January 2021
Sport (12 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 31 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette st using smaller needles, after blocking.
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
1140 - 1900 yards (1042 - 1737 m)
Finished Bust Circumference: 36¾ (40½, 44¼, 48, 51¾) (55½, 59¼, 64½, 68¼)”
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Spring 2021 Elizabeth Smith Collection


Pulling inspiration from a modern earth-tone palette, this Spring collection from Elizabeth Smith uses clean, simple lines and floral eyelet details to create light, transitional layers that are as easy to knit as they are to wear. Top-down or bottom-up, garment or accessory, Elizabeth’s thoughtfully crafted collection for Manos del Uruguay is sure to have something that will please!

This seamless pullover showcases the beautiful drape and texture of the Milo yarn and creates a silhouette that has both structure and drape. Simple stockinette stitch is framed with a lace motif at the hem and cuffs, with just a little added lace detail at the neck. The drop-shoulder construction is paired with short-row-shaped shoulders, a simple and elegant neckline, and 3/4-length sleeves.


Finished Bust Circumference: 36¾ (40½, 44¼, 48, 51¾) (55½, 59¼, 64½, 68¼)”
Length: 21½ (22, 22½, 23¼, 23¾) (24½, 25, 25½, 26)”
Sweater shown measures 40½”.
Note: This garment has an oversized fit and is intended to be worn with 6” to 8” of positive ease.

Manos del Uruguay MILO (35% merino wool, 35% linen; approx. 380 yds/100 g): 3 (3, 3, 4, 4) (4, 5, 5, 5) sks.
Shown in i2149 Petal

US 7/4.5mm 32” circular needle and double-pointed needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
US 8/5mm 16” circular needle for neck edge

Stitch markers
Scrap yarn
Spare circular needle of any type in same size as main needle for binding off
Tapestry needle

19 sts and 31 rows/rnds = 4”/10cm in St st using smaller needles, after blocking.

The lower body is worked in the round to the underarms, then divided for working the upper back and front separately, using short rows to shape the shoulders which are then joined with a three needle bind-off. Stitches for the sleeves are picked up around the armhole openings and worked in the round.