Whitmoor Sweater by Ami Lowden

Whitmoor Sweater

Knitting
February 2020
both are used in this pattern
yarn held together
Fingering
+ Lace
= DK (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
1107 - 2046 yards (1012 - 1871 m)
3XS, 2XS, XS, S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X
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The Whitmoor Sweater is a lace- yoke sweater inspired by the peaceful silver birch woodland where I live.

The sweater is knit top down, in the round with no seaming required.

A modern fit with no waist shaping, it designed to be worn with 5 “/ 12 cm positive ease. It features two options for the sleeve shape: tapered or bishop.

The pattern includes both charts and written instructions for the lace which is intuitive and easy to follow.

It is a versatile sweater that can be knit using a strand of fingering weight yarn held with a strand of lace weight yarn or with a strand of DK yarn held alone.

To knit the sweater you will need:
(820, 916) 1012 (1108, 1208) 1435 (1566, 1681) 1753 (1871) metres /
(896, 1002) 1107 (1212, 1321) 1569 (1713, 1839)  1917 (2046) yards of Fingering weight AND lace weight or
(820, 916)1012 (1108, 1208) 1435 (1566, 1681) 1753 (1871) metres /
(896, 1002)1107 (1212, 1321) 1569 (1713, 1839) 1917 (2046)
of DK weight yarn.

The Whitmoor Sweater is a size inclusive pattern available in bust sizes:

(28, 30) 33 (37, 40) 44 (48, 52) 54 (58) inches /
(71, 76) 84 (94, 102) 112 (122, 132) 137 (148)

The sweater has a finished circumference of:

(33, 36) 38½ (41½, 44½) 49¾ (53½, 56½) 59½ (63¼) inches /(84, 91.5) 98 (106.5, 113) 126 (136, 143.5) 151 (160.5) cm

Needles required are:

3mm/ US 2.5 - 24”/ 60cm-long circular needle for ribbing
3mm/ US 2.5 -DPNs for sleeve cuff ribbing
4mm / US 6- 24”/ 60 cm- long circular for main fabric body
4mm/ US 6- 12”/ 30cm long circular for main fabric sleeves