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SIZES 1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7) Recommended ease: 6–8” / 15–20.5 cm of positive ease. NOTES This pullover begins with knitting the front and back lace panels, which are then joined at the shoulders. To complete the body of the sweater, stitches are picked up along the front and back edge of the lace panels to be knit sideways. The side seams are closed with the three- needle bind-off method before continuing on to finishing the sleeves which are then worked in the round. The neckband is picked up last and also finished in the round. This pullover was designed to capture the imagery inspir- ed by wood cabins and forests covered in a blanket of snow. Even though this sweater is knit on larger needles, with a heavier yarn, the added mohair creates a halo which still manages to give the appearance of a soft and lightweight sweater. Woodbine was originally published in Issue 9 of Laine Magazine, Autumn/Winter 2019.
Fiona Alice
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NOTIONS 3 stitch markers, stitch holders or waste yarn, tapestry needle.
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