Teotihuacan Top by Nomad Stitches

Teotihuacan Top

by Nomad Stitches
Crochet
April 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in chart in rounds
4.0 mm (G)
875 - 1531 yards (800 - 1400 m)
XS - 5XL
US
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Teotihuacan is an ancient city located in the heart of Mexico. It reminds of the magnificence, beauty and thought that went into these kinds of constructions even at such early times in our history. The top evokes the imagery and shapes found in these pyramids and ancient settlements and will bring so much energy and joy into any wardrobe. It is constructed top-down with short rows at the back of the neck for that perfect fit on the shoulders. The circular yoke and body are worked in rounds. The length of sleeves and body is easily adjustable.

YARN: Fingering yarn (size 1)
(XS) 170 m of CA, 350 m of CB, 300 m of CC, (S)180 m of CA, 360 m of CB, 310 m of CC, (M) 190 m of CA, 380 m of CB, 330 m of CC, (L) 200 m of CA, 400 m of CB, 350 m of CC, (XL) 210 m of CA, 420 m of CB, 370 m of CC, (2XL) 230 m of CA, 450 m of CB, 390 m of CC, (3XL)250 m of CA, 480 m of CB, 420 m of CC, (4XL) 270 m of CA, 510 m of CB, 450 m of CC, (5XL) 290 m of CA, 550 m of CB, 490 m of CC. Amounts are approximate for a cropped sweater with short sleeves.
Sample is size Large and used The Fiber Co Cumbria Fingering, 90% Wool, 10% Mohair, in Colors A) Butermere, B) Cowberry and C) White Heather

GAUGE
17 sts x 20 rows of chart (single row mosaic crochet in rounds) = 10 x 10 cm. If you are new to this technique, I suggest you use your gauge swatch to familiarize yourself with it and practice following these kinds of charts. You can use the tutorial in the blog HERE for extra help.

These are the finished garment measurements
Around Bust: 70, (82.5, 94, 106, 117.5, 129.5, 141, 153, 164.5) cm /
27.5 (32.5, 37, 41.5, 46.5, 51, 55.6, 60, 65)‘ to be worn with 0 - 8 cm with (0-3’) of positive ease.
Body and sleeve Length: can be lengthen or shorten to taste.