The Stanley Slipover Kit -CaMaRose HØST- (with Japanese sentence pattern)
The Stanley Slipover is a beautiful vest with an arrow feather pattern made from front knitting and back knitting.
The simple shape makes it great to wear over a T-shirt, blouse, or long-sleeved dress.
Knit with mixed colors CaMaRose HØST. When you knit it, it becomes heathered, and the pattern is knitted with front knitting and back knitting, so the pattern becomes vague and gives a soft look. The slightly fuzzy knitted fabric has a smooth texture that is comfortable and refreshing to wear.
Knit in a circle from the bottom up. Knit the hem with ribs, start knitting the pattern, and knit to the armpits. Separate the front and back from the armhole and knit with round-trip knitting. Shave off your shoulders. Pick up the eye from the armhole and neck and rib knit.
Size 1 (2, 3, 4) (5, 6, 7) = 6 (7, 7, 7) (8, 8, 9)
Print pattern (Japanese)
designed by Vanessa Pellisa
Size 1 (2, 3, 4) (5, 6, 7) =
Bust: 82 (87, 93, 98)(105, 111, 116) cm
Wear 2.5-5cm wider than the actual bust circumference.
Sample size 2.
(75% Cotton, 16% Wool, 9% Cashmere / 131 yards / 120 / 50g)
Needles to be used・US5 (3.75 mm) 80 cm long circular needle / for body ・US4 (3.5 mm) 80 cm long circular needle / for ribs
Or a needle with a thickness that allows the gauge to be taken.
The circular needle for the rib should be one size smaller than the body needle size.
Other tools・Blocking wire ・Pin ・Binding needle ・Separate thread or stitch holder to rest the eyes ・Stitch counter ・Measure ・Stitch marker (This pattern uses a lot of stitch markers. We recommend using different colors and shapes of stitch markers when repeating and on the side ribbing.)
When knitting samples, we found that CaMaRose HØST shrinks when wet.
Always knit the swatch before knitting, run through the water and check the gauge.