Is it too early to think about Spring knitting? I don’t think so, but I’m generally not a rule follower. Don’t get me wrong though; I will always be an Autumn girl at heart all year long.
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If you like to knit out of season, check out Marram Tee. Pattern is a simple, lightweight top that is worked top down with minimal shaping. The front is first cast on and worked flat to the underarm with some short row shaping for the shoulders and neck. The back is then cast on and worked similarly with short row shoulder shaping. The front and back are joined at the underarms and tee is worked in the round with a bit of waist shaping to the bottom. Finally, the shoulders are seamed, and stitches are picked up for the sleeves.
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Recommended ease for Marram Tee is 5-6 inches at the bust. Sizing is as follows:
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DK weight wool/linen blend in following amounts. I used Plymouth Yarn Tussah Kissed in Color Natural
|Yarn Amt. (yards)||500||530||550||575||600||625||650||675||730||735|
US5 Circular needle, 29 inches, OR Two US5 circular needles, 16 or 24 inches
US4 Circular needle, 29 inches
US4 Double pointed needles OR long US4 circular needle for Magic Loop
Waste Yarn or stitch holder
Two stitch markers
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Pattern is available for US$5.00. Down load here.
Pattern has been tested, but please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or errors.
With abundance and blessings,