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Tunic Tennis Vest, twisted stitches replace traditional cables in this sweater vest. PDF knitting pattern

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A knitted tennis vest with a twist.
A simple twist stitch replaces the traditional cable and the ribbed neckline is deepened to bring in a little more color. The bottom ribbing is eliminated to allow for vented sides like a traditional tennis polo shirt. Experience with picking up stitches and pattern reading is recommended since you are shaping the neckline and armholes at the same time. The overall stitch pattern is simply a two row repeat with no chart to follow. Included is a complete list of abbreviations and stitch glossary for your reference.
Advanced beginner to intermediate knitter.

Yarn
I used Plymouth Yarn,JEANNEE for the sample which is a worsted weight yarn.
(111yds, 50g, 51% cotton, 49% acrylic)

Needles
Size 7 needles for the body
(or size needed to get gauge)
Size 5, 16” circular needle for the neck and armhole ribbing (or 2 sizes smaller than needle for body)

Gauge:
19 stitches = 4”, 24 rows = 4”
in stockinette stitch with larger needle
22 stitches = 4”, 24 rows = 4”
in pattern stitch with larger needle

Written in small (32"-34"), medium (36"-38"), large (40"-42")
Yarn requirements: small-6 balls, medium-7 balls, large-8 balls

The pattern includes color photos of the finished project, easy to follow directions, schematics, a list of abbreviations and a stitch glossary explaining the techniques used in the project.

It will be sent to you as an attachment to an email, please verify your email address.

This pattern is copyrighted and is not to be photocopied, reproduced or distributed without permission.
A knitted tennis vest with a twist.
A simple twist stitch replaces the traditional cable and the ribbed neckline is deepened to bring in a little more color. The bottom ribbing is eliminated to allow for vented sides like a traditional tennis polo shirt. Experience with picking up stitches and pattern reading is recommended since you are shaping the neckline and armholes at the same time. The overall stitch pattern is simply a two row repeat with no chart to follow. Included is a complete list of abbreviations and stitch glossary for your reference.
Advanced beginner to intermediate knitter.

Yarn
I used Plymouth Yarn,JEANNEE for the sample which is a worsted weight yarn.
(111yds, 50g, 51% cotton, 49% acrylic)

Needles
Size 7 needles for the body
(or size needed to get gauge)
Size 5, 16” circular needle for the neck and armhole ribbing (or 2 sizes smaller than needle for body)

Gauge:
19 stitches = 4”, 24 rows = 4”
in stockinette stitch with larger needle
22 stitches = 4”, 24 rows = 4”
in pattern stitch with larger needle

Written in small (32"-34"), medium (36"-38"), large (40"-42")
Yarn requirements: small-6 balls, medium-7 balls, large-8 balls

The pattern includes color photos of the finished project, easy to follow directions, schematics, a list of abbreviations and a stitch glossary explaining the techniques used in the project.

It will be sent to you as an attachment to an email, please verify your email address.

This pattern is copyrighted and is not to be photocopied, reproduced or distributed without permission.

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