Timelines explain what happened during a certain period of time or something that happened to a particular person, starting with the earliest event and moving forward through time. Your timeline may have ended but I will continue to carry your memory all throughout mine. - Andrea Yetman
Collection Louise Robert Design - Super Sock – 75% merino and 25% nylon - 400m/437yds
GAUGE - 24sts and 32 rows = 4”; 10cm on Stockinette Stitch
SIZES - XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL, 3XL, 4XL)
Finished Bust Circumference – 33 (35, 37, 38.5, 40, 41.5, 44, 46) inches – 84 (89, 94, 98, 101.5, 104, 112, 117) cm. Meant to be worn with 2 inches – 5 cm of positive ease.
This tee is knit flat to shape the neckline while increasing at the raglan seams. Then the body is joined to knit in the round and continuing to increase. After separating the sleeves and body, the sleeve stitches are placed on hold and the body is knit even in Stockinette Stitch.
The bottom portion is detailed with a couple of Seed Stitch bands for a modern look. The sleeves are picked up and knit in the round, binding off without any ribbing. The intention is that the sleeves will roll, and a little button is added at the top of the sleeve for decoration only. If you prefer not to have a rolled sleeve with button, a ribbing of your choice can be added.
Keep in mind if you would like to add a Seed Stitch border to the sleeve to match the bottom, decrease 1 st before beginning as Seed Stitch in the round requires an odd number of stitches. The neckline is left without any finishing touches, however there is an option to add a minimal neckline if desired. The sample was knit using 60 rnds per color, you can choose to change color as you wish, or even knit it in a solid color! This is a blank canvas to have fun with!!
Love this pattern. It is well written, and well designed. It’s a quick and easy knit and the end result fits well and is really cute. Simple and well done.
A friend introduced this to me. It is beautiful!
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I havent made the top yet but I have read thru the pattern and it looks easy enough for me. Fairly new knitter here. I love the vneck as most sweaters and tops I have made have ribbing and you get tired of it after a while. Thank you for the free pattern
I can’t wait to start this project! Thank you for this beautiful pattern.