Romy is a drop-shoulders jumper with positive ease which features a very pretty lace detail at the bottom. It is knitted with two yarns held together as one: a fingering weight yarn and a mohair base yarn.
The body is knitted from bottom to top: you start by knitting the bottom of the body in the round, then the front and back are knitted one by one back and forth. Shoulders are then joined by a three needles bind off, and the stitches from the sleeves are picked-up to knit them in the round from top to bottom.
Note: Following the test, the neckline was slightly lowered down (especially for larger sizes) for more comfort no matter the flexibility of your yarn.
NOTIONS & INFORMATION
Sizes: 87.5, 98.5 (110, 120.5) 131.5, 142.5cm
Gauge: 21 stitches x 32 rows = 10 cm in stockinette stitch in 3.75mm/US 5 (or another size to get the gauge)
Recommended Ease: between 10 and 20cm of positive ease.
Yarn and notions:
– About 900, 980 (1050, 1200) 1280, 1350meters of fingering weight yarn and same amount of mohair lace.
Yarn used for this version: Moël View Yarn, Welsh Mule (fingering BFL) & Veld Lace (mohair) bases with 15cm of positive ease.
- Recommended needles (to get the gauge): 3.75mm/US 5 3.5cm/US 4 needles for the ribbing
- Stitch markers
- Waste yarn to put the stitches on hold
- Tapestry needle
Techniques: lace – german short rows – three needles bind-off
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