Parker Tee

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This tee with a lightly fitted shape features simple lace panels up the sides, and the same lace on the sleeves. The sleeve shaping is a hybrid between a raglan and a saddle shoulder, with the lace continuing up the shoulder tab. It’s a perfect transitional garment for Spring or Fall.

Yarn: 745[825, 915, 990, 1075, 1155, 1240] yards (685[755, 840, 905, 985, 1060, 1135]m) of DK weight yarn. Sample shown in Mrs Crosby Hat Box (75% Merino Wool/15% Silk/10% Cashmere, 317 yds per 100 g skein) in ‘Peacock’

Gauge: 22 stitches & 36 rows in 4 inches (10cm) square in stockinette stitch, after blocking.

Needles & Hooks: 3.75mm (US 5) circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge, and 3.25mm (US 3) circular needle You will need a 24- or 32-inch (60- or 80-cm) circular for the body (both needle sizes) and 24-inch (60-cm) for the neckline (smaller needle only).

Notions: 4 stitch markers, plus 1 that looks different for the beginning of round; scrap yarn or holders to hold live stitches; tapestry needle to weave in ends.

Finished Size: XS[S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X] corresponding to finished bust circumference of approximately 32[36, 40, 44, 48, 52, 56] inches 80[89, 100, 109, 120, 129, 140]cm. Design is meant to fit with zero to 2” of negative ease.

Techniques Used: knit, purl, k2tog, ssk, m1L, m1R, m1p, yo, sl1 k2tog psso, use of markers, knitting flat, knitting in the round, reading a chart.


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Comments 2

  1. Snow wrote:

    Just saw the Crane sweater on Knitty. Love how you chose the name. In Alaska we watch the animals as their arrival and departure are the most accurate indication of season shift. ‘Winter is coming’ is an old AK term 🙂 The first winter warning shot is the Sandhill Crane Festival at Creamers Field Wildlife Refuge every August with over 1000 cranes daily in attendence-those same Florida wintering cranes!
    They ride the last warm air current out of Fairbanks.:(
    You make crochet look tempting to a knitter. Wishing you great success.

    Posted 12 Mar 2015 at 4:26 PM
  2. Mim wrote:

    That’s awesome! I always wonder where the migrating birds go from here, it’s awesome to know where they are when they’re not where you saw them. 🙂

    Crochet is awesome! You should give it a try!

    Posted 13 Mar 2015 at 3:37 PM

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