Misurina Knit Along


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We will be teaching via Zoom!!

Starts Wednesday, Sept 23nd, 2020

Ends Wednesday, Nov 11th, 2020

Evening 6:00-8:00pm

Pre-Req needed: Fairisle class

  If you are new to fairisle, we can teach you!

NOTE: Yarn must be purchased from Yarning for Ewe to participate.

 Misurina is the 4th design in my series of summer tops inspired by places in Italy I want to visit! Misurina is a lake in the Dolomites- I dream of a day of hiking in the mountains followed by dinner and a glass of wine at the Pizzeria Edelweiss…

This top down yoke sweater features lace, cables and colorwork for a trifecta of knitting techniques! My sample is knit in Cosy Posy Yarn Co’s Feather- a merino linen singles blend that gives this design a lovely drape and softness. The loose gauge and relaxed fit are both flattering and comfortable to wear. The body length is easily adjusted to suit your preference. You can choose from a purl dot pattern or an eyelet pattern for the body.
Gold and grey sample pictured uses the purl dot pattern. Gold and mint sample uses the eyelet pattern.

Misurina is a size inclusive design, with sizes to fit busts from 28-66” 71-168 cm. Gold and grey sample pictured is a size 2 worn with 6” of positive ease. Gold and mint sample pictured is a size 4 worn with 6” of positive ease.

The other patterns in the knitaly series are

Sample uses 
Cosy Posy Yarn Co
single ply fingering
90% SW Merino / 10% linen
393 yards / 359.5 meters/ 100 grams

C1: Scarecrow (gold)
C2: Woodsmoke (grey brown)

Note! Needle size is suggested only, you will need to swatch and block to determine the needle size needed to achieve gauge.
Ribbing: US 2/2.75 mm
Main Needle: US 4/3.5 mm

20 sts and 24 rounds over 4” 10 cm in colorwork/ cable pattern, and body pattern (purl dots or eyelets) after blocking with main neelde

Swatch both colorwork and dots pattern as you may need
to change needle sizes to maintain an even gauge. You
should always knit your swatch the same way that the pattern is knit —in this case, in the round. Block your swatch as you will your finished garment and allow it to dry fully before measuring.

stitch markers, scrap yarn, darning needle, cable needle (optional)

Yardage: Note that yardage is estimated and may vary depending on yarn used, gauge variations or modifications.
C1: 522 (579, 641, 696, 752, 815) {871, 926, 989, 1044} yards
478 (530, 586, 637, 688, 746) {797, 847, 904, 955} meters
C2: 113 (125, 138, 150, 163, 176) {188, 199, 213, 225} yards
104 (115, 127, 138, 149, 161) {172, 182, 195, 206} meters

Measurements given are for the finished garment. This sweater is designed to fit with 6-9” 15-23 cm of positive ease at the bust and 2-3” 5-7.5 cm of positive ease at the upper arm. The gauge is intentionally loose to create a fabric that drapes nicely and breathes comfortably in warmer weather.
1 (2, 3, 4, 5, 6) {7, 8, 9, 10}
Bust circumference: 
36 (40, 44, 48.75, 52, 56) {60, 64, 68, 72}”
91.5 (101.5, 112, 124, 132, 142.5) {152.5, 163, 173, 183} cm

Sleeve circumference at upper arm:
13 (13.75, 14.5, 15.25, 16, 17.75) {19.25, 21, 21, 21.75}”
33 (35, 37, 38.5, 40.5, 45) {49, 53.5, 53.5, 55} cm