into the deep sea (woods) in English

A simple and lightweight set-in sleeve sweater worked from the top down, with a cocooning cowl to keep you warm.

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Description

SIZES
1 (2, 3, 4)[5, 6, 7](8, 9, 10)

Finished bust: 88.5 (96, 104, 111.5)[120, 128.5, 136](144, 151.5, 160) cm / 34¾ (37¾, 41, 44)[47¼, 50½, 53½] (56¾, 59¾, 63)” ― suggested ease: 10-15 cm / 4-6” around bust

YARN
Two yarns are held together throughout. The estimates are for SEA version (stockinette cowl). You’ll need about 30 fewer meters (33 yds) for WOODS version (ribbed cowl).
– fingering weight yarn: approx. 1025 (1090, 1170, 1240) [1335, 1415, 1525](1640, 1710, 1825) m / 1120 (1195, 1280, 1355)[1460, 1550, 1665](1795, 1865, 1995) yds
– lace weight mohair yarn: approx. 950 (1010, 1080, 1145) [1235, 1310, 1410](1520, 1580, 1690) m / 1040 (1105, 1185, 1255)[1350, 1435, 1545](1660, 1730, 1850) yds
SEA (stockinette cowl version on the cover): fonty BB mérinos (100% merino, 200 m / 219 yds per 50g ball) #0818 & Gepard Kid Seta (70% super kid mohair & 30% silk, 210 m / 230 yds per 25g ball) #832 Royal Blue
WOODS (ribbed cowl version on p.6): fonty BB mérinos (100% merino, 200 m / 219 yds per 50g ball) #0825 & Knitting for Olive Soft Silk Mohair (70% kid mohair & 30% silk, 225 m / 246 yds per 25g ball) Bottle Green

GAUGE
19 sts and 26 rows/rnds = 10 cm in Stockinette stitch with 4 mm / US 6 needle, blocked
*The gauge should be measured over 10 cm using a metric ruler.

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
One each 4 mm / US 6 & 3.75 mm / US 5, 60 cm or longer circular needle (body) & needle(s) in preferred style for working small circumference in the round (sleeves)
SEA version only: 4.5 mm / US 7, needle(s) for working small circumference in the round (cowl)
stitch markers, removable markers, tapestry needle, metric gauge ruler, tape measure, blocking tools

DIFFICULTY
intermeiate – knitting in the round, short rows