Contiguous Simple Tee
This garment is worked seamlessly from the top-down using the Contiguous Method developed by Susie Myers to form the shoulder slope.
This pattern is designed to be close fitting, with internal waist shaping and short-row curved hem. But it can also be made simpler and more casual, without shaping and short-row. A straight hem option is included in the instruction.
You may use other DK weight yarn that gives you gauge.
The following estimated yardages are for close fitting style, with waist shaping.
510 [580, 670, 780, 910, 1050] yards / 466 [530, 613, 713, 832, 960] meters.
NEEDLES & OTHER MATERIALS:
3.5mm / US# 4 circular needle for cast-on and hem
3.5mm / US# 4 double pointed needles (or long circular needle if you do Magic Loop) for sleeves edging
4.0mm / US# 6 circular needle for bodice (main needle)
6 stitch markers, 1 in different color to mark beginning of round
22 stitches and 26 rows = 4” / 10cm in stockinette stitch, with main needle.