42 Ancamna PDF
Ancamna (ahn-kam-nah) is a water goddess from continental Celtic mythology, known from inscriptions in the Moselle valley, near the German city of Trier, northeast of Luxembourg. As both the color and the fluidity of the lines created by the different stitch patterns remind me of water, naming this design Ancamna seemed fitting.
This pattern is a PDF download.
Yarn: DK weight yarn, 802, 872 [958, 1069, 1200] yards. Model knit in Debbie Bliss Prima, color Denim.
Needles: US 5 (3.75 mm) and US 4 (3.5 mm) needles, or size required for gauge.
Gauge: 19½ sts and 27¼ rows to 4 inches (10 cm) in both skirt and bodice stitch, blocked.
To fit sizes: XS, S [M, L, 1X]
Finished size: 32½, 35½ [39, 42, 47] inches
Notions: Cable needle and stitch markers are required. Lifelines are optional.
Skills: K2tog, ssk, YO, s2-k1-p2sso basic sweater assembly.