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PDF knitting pattern- smocked empire tunic and micro sweater

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This is the *pattern only*- you will receive, in one PDF, illustrated instructions to knit both styles of pictured women's sweaters- Both sweaters use four panels of cabled smocking (front, back, and under each arm) to create a cozy, elastic fit. The cable work looks elaborate, but is really quite simple. Minimal shaping is required- the cable panels create the drape all by themselves. The tunic features bracelet length, slightly belled sleeves, and a raw neckline. Optional short rows create a longer silhouette in back, making this sweater the perfect accompaniment to leggings. The micro sweater is a versatile layering piece. Both sweaters use raglan shaping, and are knit in the round from the top down.

skills: cast on, bind off, knit, purl, pick up and knit, basic use of cable needle, increase, decrease, knitting in the round, using double pointed needles, short rows (optional)

Materials: Lion Brand Fishermen’s Wool in Natural: 3 (3,4, 5) skeins for long sleeved tunic, 1(1, 2, 2) skeins for the micro sweater (The suggested yarn has 465 yards per skein)

A note for yarn substitutions: a DK or light worsted weight yarn is suggested if you wish to substitute yarn.

Tools: set of size 4 (3. mm) dpns, 24” size 4 (3.5 mm) circular needle (or size needed to obtain gauge), cable needle, 2 stitch holders or pieces of scrap yarn, a yarn needle for weavingin ends. Stitch markers as needed.

Gauge: 22 st and 31 rows= 4” in stockinette st

sizes- s, m, l, xl- Bust: 34 (36, 38, 41) in

I am always available to answer questions about my patterns!

The pattern can be downloaded via etsy after purchase! yay.
this pattern is for personal or charity use only, by purchasing it, you agree to these terms.
This is the *pattern only*- you will receive, in one PDF, illustrated instructions to knit both styles of pictured women's sweaters- Both sweaters use four panels of cabled smocking (front, back, and under each arm) to create a cozy, elastic fit. The cable work looks elaborate, but is really quite simple. Minimal shaping is required- the cable panels create the drape all by themselves. The tunic features bracelet length, slightly belled sleeves, and a raw neckline. Optional short rows create a longer silhouette in back, making this sweater the perfect accompaniment to leggings. The micro sweater is a versatile layering piece. Both sweaters use raglan shaping, and are knit in the round from the top down.

skills: cast on, bind off, knit, purl, pick up and knit, basic use of cable needle, increase, decrease, knitting in the round, using double pointed needles, short rows (optional)

Materials: Lion Brand Fishermen’s Wool in Natural: 3 (3,4, 5) skeins for long sleeved tunic, 1(1, 2, 2) skeins for the micro sweater (The suggested yarn has 465 yards per skein)

A note for yarn substitutions: a DK or light worsted weight yarn is suggested if you wish to substitute yarn.

Tools: set of size 4 (3. mm) dpns, 24” size 4 (3.5 mm) circular needle (or size needed to obtain gauge), cable needle, 2 stitch holders or pieces of scrap yarn, a yarn needle for weavingin ends. Stitch markers as needed.

Gauge: 22 st and 31 rows= 4” in stockinette st

sizes- s, m, l, xl- Bust: 34 (36, 38, 41) in

I am always available to answer questions about my patterns!

The pattern can be downloaded via etsy after purchase! yay.
this pattern is for personal or charity use only, by purchasing it, you agree to these terms.

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Reviewed by TAN SUMMERS
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 22, 2017
This is a darling pattern. I haven't knitted the mittens yet, but I used the fox charts to knit a Christmas stocking.
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Reviewed by Renee
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 14, 2017
Well written pattern, Ingenious design and responsive seller. Thanks!
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Reviewed by Gretchen September
5 out of 5 stars
Oct 24, 2017
Nice pattern, I have been wanting to make it for awhile now.
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Reviewed by ashleyhill721
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 19, 2017
Very happy with my purchase. There was an issue with one of the patterns not coming through. I messaged the seller and she got back to me right away and fixed the issue. I will try and remember to posts picks once I make something!
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