Feng Shui Knit Sweater Pattern
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Inspired by traditional architecture, Feng Shui is worked flat from the bottom up, and is worked all in one piece. This design employs knit and purl stitches to create structure, as well as carrying the yarn in front and slipping stitches to create the two lattice-type patterns. The beautiful Arbor wool from Brooklyn Tweed ensures excellent stitch definition. Simple increases and decreases shape the sleeves, and a bind off/cast on creates the neckline. Easy to make and with minimal seaming, this top is flattering and sure to impress.

Brooklyn Tweed’s Arbor in Klimt (145 yds, 50 g) 7/7/8/8/9 skeins.

4mm circular needles or size required to obtain gauge.

22 sts x 30 rows = 4”.

S/M/L/XL/XXL (bust measurement of approximately 33-35/36-40/41-44/45-48/49-52”, top has positive ease of approximately 3-4”).

Stitch markers, stitch holder, seaming needle.

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