Designed by Amy Gunderson
It’s fun to explore what lace can look like when it’s not used as an all-over pattern. The front and back of this pullover are knit from the bottom up. The Eyelet Lace pattern eventually fades into a background of reverse stockinette stitch toward the right shoulder. Shoulders are joined with a three-needle bind-off, and sleeves are knit downward to the cuff. The right sleeve is worked in all-over lace to continue where the body leaves off, while the left sleeve is plain reverse stockinette stitch to mimic the left side of the body.
Extra Small (Small, Medium, Large, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X)
Shown in Small size modeled with 3½” of positive ease.
Bust: 32¼ (35½, 39, 42¼, 45½, 49, 52¼, 55½)”
Length: 21½ (22, 22½, 23, 23½, 24, 24¼, 24½)”
Universal Yarn Finn (50% acrylic, 25% superwash merino, 25% alpaca; 50g/230 yds)
• 109 Reef – 5 (6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 9, 9) skeins
Needle: US Size 4 (3.5 mm) straight, 16” circular or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Stitch markers, stitch holders, removable stitch markers, tapestry needle, cable needle (cn)
24 sts x 32 rows = 4” in rev St st and Eyelet Lace patts
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Diminishing Lace is available as part of e-book Vibrance in Lace, and as an individual pattern through Ravelry.