Evelyn striped blouse, knitting pattern
There is just something special about stripes - we love stripes, especially narrow stripes. This t-shirt is a classic, simple and elegant t-shirt with happy stripes. We work it in our Önling No 12, which is a lovely mix of cotton and wool.
You get a light and pretty t-shirt with 3/4 sleeves, which is perfect all year round. Use it alone during a summers evening, or under a jacket or cardigan in the winter. The sleeves are designes as 3/4 length, and the pattern also describes how to make long sleeves. The T-shirt is designed as slightly oversize with 5-10 cm extra circumference than your bust measurement. The neck has a pretty double edge effect.
Pattern was a part of Önling Advent Calendar 2020
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Chest: (95)100(105)110(116)129(134) cm / (37.)39.(41⅓)43⅓(45.)50.(52.) inches
Center back length: (56)57(58)59(60)61(62) cm / (22)22.(22.)23.(23.)24(24.) inches
Underarm sleeve length 3/4 sleeve: (28)29(30)31(32)32(32) cm / (11)11.(12)12.(12.)12.(12.) inches
Underarm sleeve length, full length: (43)44(45)46(47)47(47) cm / (17)17.(17.)18.(18.)18.(18.) inches
Materials No 12 kit: Önling No 12
(2 cones) Önling No 12 Everyday yarn, 55% wool and 45% cotton, 800 m per approx.115 g.
Color A = No 12, 1 cone, the color of your choice
Color B = No 12, 1 cone, light grey or light flax
Knitted with one strand of yarn throughout.
Recommended circular needle and double pointed needles sizes 2. and 3. mm / US 1. and 4
Crochet needle for casting on.
3 stitch markers
3 meters of scrap yarn in a contrasting color
22 sts and 36 rows in stockinette st on needle 3. mm / 10 x10 cm / 4 x 4 inches.
Directions: The T-shirt is worked in the round, from the top down. Stitches are cast on using the provisional crochet cast-on method; this allows the neckline to be adjusted at the end of the process. Short rows are worked across the shoulders and the neckline in the beginning to make the back of the neck higher. The yoke is worked with increases.
Subsequently, the yoke stitches are divided into body and sleeves, which are finished separately.