Park Slope by Laura Aylor
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Park Slope

July 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
720 - 1420 yards (658 - 1298 m)
33.3, 36.3, 39.3, 42.3, 45.3, 48.3, 51.3, 54.3 (actual garment measurements)
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T-shirts are a wardrobe staple for me so designing a knit one was only a matter of time. Asymmetrical ribbing at the hem and deeper rib at the scoop of the neckline make the knitting and the wearing just a bit more interesting.

Constructed from the top down with set-in sleeves knit simultaneously with the body. Pattern includes step-by-step instructions including diagrams to help with the tricky bits. Short rows are used for the shoulder slopes and the neck ribbing, but not for the sleeve caps.

Skills needed:
 Short rows
 Picking up stitches
 Increasing
 Decreasing
 Log tail and backwards loop (e-wrap) cast on
This pattern is recommended for intermediate to advanced knitters.

I’ve started a thread in my group for anyone who needs some help customizing the body shaping of this or any other of my sweater or vest patterns. There are notes in the pattern about where to make these types of adjustment, but I don’t have room there to go into specifics. There is also a support thread here for general questions about this construction method.

Yardage required:
33.3 - 720, 36.3 - 820, 39.3 - 920, 42.3 - 1020, 45.3 - 1120, 48.3 - 1220, 51.3 - 1320, 54.3 - 1420