This time I chose the lace pattern from Elegant Lacy Vest.
Finished Measurements are:
Length to arm: 45cm
Yarn: Wendy Supreme Luxury Cotton 11 x 100g = 1100g
Needles: 6mm, 6mm circular, 6.5mm
6mm - Cast on 82 sts, 2x2 rib, 16 rows, increase 1 st each end on last row.
Change to 6.5mm - begin lace pattern which is 12sts over 16 rows.
At row 59 - decrease for armholes.
Cast off 3 sts at beg of next 2 rows.
Dec 1 st each end of next and following 4 alt rows = 70 sts.***
Continue in pattern to row 93. Divide for neck and shape shoulder -22 / 26 / 22.
Row 93 - cast off 6 sts - pattern 16 turn (I put the middle 26 on a holder at this point).
Row 94 - put 2 sts on a pin - complete row.
Row 95 - cast off 7 sts - pattern to end.
Row 96 - put 2 sts on a pin pattern to end.
Rejoin yarn and match the other side.
Same as back to ***
Continue to row 81. Divide for neck - 27 / 16 / 27.
Row 81 - pattern 27 turn. (I put the middle 16 on a holder at this point).
Row 82 - Decrease 1 st at neck edge on next 5 alt rows = row 92.
Row 93 - shape shoulder as for back from ##
Using 6mm - cast on 30sts 2 x 2 8 rows. Increase 5 sts evenly on last row.
Change to 6.5mm
Work in stocking stitch (or pattern if you prefer).
Inc 1 st each end of 3rd row = 37 sts.
Inc 1 st each end of 6th row x 4 = 45sts.
Inc 1 st each ed of 8th row x 4 = 53 sts.
Knit 5 rows (dependeing on arm length you could miss this out).
Cast off 2 sts at the beg of next 2 rows.
Dec 1 st each end of next row.
Dec 1 st each end of alt rows to 43 sts.
Dec 1 st each end of next row = 41 sts.
Using 6mm circular.
Pick up 96sts as follows:
From the front - 19 down each side of neck and 16 from the middle.
From the back - 8 down each side of the neck and 26 from the middle.
2 rows 2x2 rib.
On the next 8 rows decrease 1st each side of the shoulder seam (4sts in total per row).
Rib 1 row.
Cast off loosely in rib.
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