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Winter Petrichor

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Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Seamed
  • Short Rows
  • Steeked
  • Stranded
  • Worked Flat
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

Winter Petrichor: n. The smell of new snow on bare earth, on a bright, clear, cold winter night. A bottom-up colorwork sweater, inspired by traditional ski sweaters and worked with a twist. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 35 (38 1/2, 42 1/4, 47 1/4, 51 3/4, 55 1/4, 59 3/4, 64)” / 88.5 (98, 107, 120, 131, 140.5, 151.5, 162.5) cm bust circumference, after steeking and blocking Sample shown in size 42 1/4” / 107 cm with 5 1/4” of positive ease YARN Elegance 4-ply by Blacker Yarns (80% Falkland Island wool/20% British alpaca; 190 yds 175 m/50g) in the following colors and amounts: 7 (8, 9, 10, 10, 11, 12, 13) balls Nutmeg (MC) 1 ball White (CC) NOTE: This yarn has been discontinued but is still available for a limited time on various sites. If you’re unable to find it, I suggest Blacker Yarns’ Pure Shetland 4-ply in the shades Fawn (MC) and White (CC) as good substitutes. The yardage is the same so the above quantities and gauge will still apply.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 US size / 4mm 32" circular needle (circ)
  • 1 set US 6 / 4 mm double-pointed needles (dpns)
  • 1 US 4 / 3.5 mm 32” circ

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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.