Fiber Dreams 84 Anthea PDF
Fiber Dreams Anthea takes its name from the Greek word for "flowery", and the name Anthea was used by 17th century poets to symbolize spring. This feminine, cropped sweater lives up to its name with its three-quarter length sleeves and an elegant row of blossoms along the bottom hem. It is the ideal layering piece for crisp spring days and cool summer evenings. It is knit nearly seamlessly from the hem up, with only two short seams at the shoulders. Sleeve stitches are picked up from around the armhole and worked in the round to the cuff. The lace stitch pattern is charted and written out.
Skill Level: Easy–Intermediate
Finished Measurements: with suggested 2" of positive ease
Bust – 35½ (38¼, 40, 42, 44, 45¾, 47¾)"
Yarn Requirements: 680 (750, 810, 880, 970, 1050, 1140) yards DK weight yarn, such as Valley Yarns Valley Superwash DK (100% Extra Fine Superwash Merino Wool; 50g/137yds)
US 5 (3.50mm) 16" and 24" circulars and DPNs
Other Materials: six ⅝” buttons
Gauge: 23 sts and 32 rows = 4" in stockinette stitch
PDF updated 3/19/2014.