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Topic: "Sarah" (pattern) and a capelet  (Read 11174 times)
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« on: March 30, 2005 12:05:16 PM »

Well, I finally finished Sarah! And I knitted up a quick little capelet too with some of my new mohair!
here they are!



Patterns will be on my blog as well in the free patterns section, but here is the Sarah pattern.
Sarah Tank (named after my fave knitting buddy Sarah of STITCH! -http://stitch.typepad.com/)
Size M-L
Gauge: 5 st & 28 rows = 4"
Finished measurements:
Bust: 16 1/2" (for maximum boob action Wink)
Waist: 17"
Hips: 18"
Length (not including straps) 16 1/4"

4-5 skeins of Berroco Softwist (100 yards per hank, I used color 9437)
Us Size 9 (5.5mm) circulars
Size 8 or 9 DPN's
Stitch Holders
I would add an inch or so on the bottom of stockinette, which would require 5 balls of the yarn. As it is (and I knit tight) I have about a 12" strand left over..
Also note that this yarn wants to split, really badly..

Cast on 187 st, be careful not to twist and mark at join.
Rounds 1 and 2) Knit
3) *p2tog three times, yo, k1 five times, yo, p2tog three times*
4) knit
REPEAT ROUNDS 1-4 TWO more times.
13) decrease Round- Decrease 27 stitches evenly across round via k2tog. (160 st remain)
When at BOR, knit 85 st, mark, k remaining 85 (this is for dividing the front and the back, so it doesn't really matter when you put it in, just as long as you get it in before the lace pattern))
Now continue kniting (stockinette) untill piece measures 7 1/2" from cast-on edge. (You may want to add an inch here if you are taller)
Now you will be increasing by raised increase method every 16th st. (170 st)
Repeat rows 1-4 THREE TIMES piece should now measure 10" (or more if you added extra)
Now decrease 1 st before and after each marker, then knit for an inch.
Decrease again as above and knit another inch (piece is now 12" from cast-on or more if you added extra)
Work split as follows (BACK)
1)K1, SSK, K to last 3 st, k2tog, k1
Repeat rows 1 & 2 untill about 45 stitches remain (you can make it longer and skinnier by continuing if you like)
Now K1, ssk, k1 (these 3 will go onto a stich holder later) BO 39, k2tog, k1. Place these stitches on holders. (3 st to a holder)
Now work the front exactly the same..
When you get to your last 3 stitches, transfer them to a dpn and make an i-cord, when you get the length you want (I did 5 1/2"), put the 3 stitches on holder onto dpn and kitchener stitch together. (I may or may not have spelled that right)
Do same for the other side.
Weave in any loose threads, you could crochet edges if esired, but I don't see the need, and block it, being careful not to put too much pressure on the lace pattern.
« Last Edit: June 05, 2015 01:33:22 PM by kittykill » THIS ROCKS   Logged

« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2005 12:17:24 PM »

Wow - i love the caplet! Can you tell us where you got the pattern? It looks so perfect for spring time - Great job!

Sammy :-)
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2005 12:24:23 PM »

wow they both look great. u did a fabulous job on both. i too am interested in the patterns.

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« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2005 12:26:34 PM »

I love it when someone names things after me!  (I know, it was for someone else...but I'm living vicariously)  Especially when they're as good looking as the stuff you make.

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« Reply #4 on: March 30, 2005 01:09:37 PM »

Your patterns are definate beauties. Smiley

Thanks for posting them  Grin

Love of beauty is Taste. The creation of beauty is Art.                                     

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« Reply #5 on: March 30, 2005 01:48:35 PM »

I love that capelet!  I havn't mastered shoulder shaping yet, and I am **so** impressed that you are smart enough to write down your patterns!! damn I have to start doing that!! lol
cute as always, will have to head over to the blog to grab the pattern
luv morgan xoxo
ps can we see Sarah modeled??

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« Reply #6 on: March 30, 2005 05:06:29 PM »

Fabulous job as usual, C!  That is one sexy top.  And I heart the capelet!

And I'm with morgaroo on this one.  I want to see "Sarah" modeled off as well!!

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« Reply #7 on: March 30, 2005 08:39:15 PM »

Very cute. I love the capelet color too!  Both are very very nice.  Yes, you must model it for your blog fans!  Also show the back too!
« Reply #8 on: March 31, 2005 07:11:54 AM »

Gosh!  I love love your FOs.  The tank is so cute, and love the color you use for the capelet.
I am interested with the capelet pattern, care to share?

« Reply #9 on: March 31, 2005 09:17:02 AM »

Her patterns are on her awesome blog!
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