Frozen Silver Sweater

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Beautifully textured, timeless sweater, worked seamlessly from top down. The neck is shaped with short rows and the body is slightly A-shaped. Ribbed edges of the front and back are worked separately, creating a longer back hem. The pattern includes photo tutorials for lifted increases, German short rows and Diamond stitch.

SIZES
XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)
Bust circumference of the finished sweater: 31 (34 ½, 39, 42 ½, 47, 51 ¼)” / 79 (88, 99, 108, 119, 130) cm.
To fit bust 28 (32, 36, 40, 44, 48)” / 71 (81, 91, 102, 112, 122) cm.
Shown in size S.

YARN
Fingering-weight yarn, approximately:
935 (1045, 1177, 1287, 1419, 1551) yds / 855 (955, 1076, 1177, 1297, 1418) m MC (main color)
148 (165, 186, 204, 224, 245) yds / 135 (151, 170, 186, 205, 224) m CC (contrasting color)

Shown in: Quince & co Tern (221 yds / 202 m per 50 g skein, 75% American wool, 25% silk):
Stonington as MC
Beach Glass as CC

NEEDLES & NOTIONS

size 4 US / 3.5 mm circular needle, 16” / 40 cm long for the neck ribbing and preferably a longer one for the body ribbing (optional)

two size 6 US / 4 mm circular needles, 16” / 40 cm long for the beginning of raglan shaping and 32” / 80 cm long for the rest of the raglans and body

size 6 US / 4 mm double pointed needles for the sleeves (or a long circular needle if using Magic Loop technique)

size 4 US / 3.5 mm double pointed needles for the sleeve ribbing (or a long circular needle if using Magic Loop technique)

4 stitch markers

row counter

waste yarn for holding the sleeve stitches

tapestry needle to weave in the yarn ends

GAUGE
22 sts and 32 rnds in Stockinette stitch using larger needles, after blocking = 4” / 10 cm

€ 5.40 (pdf download)