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Ada

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Ada

3.25 6.50

Restraint and romance enter into dialogue, in this elegantly cropped, 3/4 sleeve, scoop-neck sweater.

Worked in the round from the top down with contiguous sleeve construction, the sweater is knitted in one piece, with stitches then picked up to finish the neckline edging. Suitable for beginner sweater knitters, Ada is stunningly simple to knit and glorious to wear.

Designed for Apple Oak Fibre Works Softwool, this pattern will work with any sportweight or light DK yarn. Suitable for soft woolen yarns in solid and variegated colourways. 

Ada is the first installment of a 2-piece project. Its sister pattern, to be released later in the year, will be called Ardor. 
 

Pattern is in digital (pdf.) format.

If you prefer to purchase this pattern on ravelry, you can find it here

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PATTERN INFORMATION

Sizing:
fits 80 (85, 90, 96, 102, 110)cm chest
       32 (34, 36, 38, 40, 43)”

Fit:
designed to be close-fitting, with zero ease.

Tension:
25 stitches x 35 rows = 10cm
in stockinette, on size A needles

Needles:
Size A - 3.5mm circular needle
Size B - 2.5mm circular needle
{Optional: double-pointed needles in corresponding sizes for sleeves}

Notions:
stitch markers, tapestry needle, scrap yarn

Yarn:
Apple Oak Fibre Works Softwool, shown in ‘Pastel Twist’ colourway
300g (350g, 400g, 450g, 500g, 600g)
{or substitute with sportweight yarn of your choice} 

Special Techniques:
contiguous sleeves, provisional cast-on, elastic bind-off, picking up stitches at neckline