Ocean Meets Sky Sweater by Rachel Carson Hill

Ocean Meets Sky Sweater

May 2020
Aran (8 wpi) ?
16.7 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 8 - 5.0 mm
960 - 1280 yards (878 - 1170 m)
S - 3XL
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Spring time, the perfect time to make some of those transition pieces for your wardrobe. What’s better than a 3/4 sleeve, light weight sweater? Nothing! The Ocean Meets Sky sweater is exactly that. A light weight sweater with half sleeves so you’re kept warm, but not too warm on those unpredictable Spring days.

This sweater uses a simple pattern of stockinette stitches and an easy lace repeat to create a drapey fabric that is perfect for an airy Spring garment.

For this garment, to get the ultimate drape, I would suggest using Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball specifically. Or, a yarn that has similar characteristics. Shawl in a Ball is said to be a Medium weight 4 yarn, but I would actually categorize it as a 2.5 - 3 weight, honestly. However, if you use the suggested hook size of 5mm, then the gauge becomes a lot closer to a weight 4 yarn. So, keep that in mind when you are creating this sweater.

Finished Garment Size: laid flat before joining width: 24”(26, 28, 30, 32, 34)” Length: 21”(21, 24, 24, 27, 27)”.

Ideal Bust Measurements: S: 32”-35”, M: 36”-39”, L: 40”-43”, XL: 44”-47”, 2XL: 48”-51”, 3XL: 52”-55”

Model Size: model is 4’11” tall, 35” bust 27.5” waist 38” hips

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