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Bannock

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Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Ribbing
  • Seamless
  • Short Rows
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

Bannock: a flatbread of Celtic origin, typically unleavened in its historical context and a staple food since at least 1000 AD of recorded history, and a top-down cowl-necked pullover with textural and cozy raglan, hem, and collar details. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 31 (371⁄4, 40, 431⁄2, 461⁄4, 521⁄2, 56, 621⁄4)” (79 (95, 101.5, 110.5, 117.5, 133, 142, 158) cm) bust circumference Modeled with 2” (5 cm) positive ease YARN Kent Worsted by Bare Naked Wools (60% Merino wool, 40% Romney wool; 220 yds 201 m/4 oz 113 g): 5 (5, 6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 9) skeins or 905 (1090, 1170, 1270, 1350, 1535, 1635, 1820) yds (825 (995, 1065, 1160, 1235, 1400, 1495, 1660) m) in color Beach Glass NEEDLES One 32” (100 cm) circular needle in size US 7 (4.5 mm) One set double-pointed needles (DPNs) in size US 7 (4.5 mm) One 32” (100 cm) circular needle in size US 5 (3.75 mm) One set DPNs in size US 5 (3.75 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge NOTIONS Stitch markers (m) Stitch holder or waste yarn Tapestry needle GAUGE 18 sts and 25 rows = 4” (10 cm) in stockinette stitch with larger needle, after blocking

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Bristol Ivy Designs
Bristol Ivy Designs
Bristol Ivy is mad for fiber and she has been since she was 17! A popular designer, she spends most of her time dreaming up new patterns or teaching knitting around the world. You can find her designs in variety of sought-after publications such as Quince & Co., Twist Collective and Brooklyn Tweed's Wool People. When she's not designing new knitwear, Bristol travels the globe teaching workshops. She loves experiencing the unique creativity each knitter brings to even the most basic of projects, and she tries to encourage that creativity by exploring the "what if" moments of every technique.