Vermont Fiber Designs 200 Greenwich Tunic Vest PDF

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Vermont Fiber Designs Greenwich Tunic Vest is a knitting pattern for a women’s sweater using Plymouth Encore. The sweater is knit flat in one piece from the bottom up. Stitches are provisionally cast on for the narrow sleeves, and then the back is knit to the shoulder. The front sleeves are picked up from the provisional stitches, and then the fronts are knit similarly to the back to the end of the shoulders, leaving the collar stitches to be worked to the center back neck. Finally, armhole edging finishes off the piece. Plymouth Yarn Encore is a favorite machine washable wool blend for everything from kids' clothing to afghans and beyond! The Beads pattern is charted and written out.

Skill Level:
Intermediate
Sizes:
XXS (XS, S, M) (L, 1X, 2X) (3X, 4X, 5X,6X)
Finished Measurements:
intended to be worn with approximately 8” ease
     Bust – 31½ (36, 40, 44) (48½, 52½, 56½) (61, 65, 69, 73½)” with fronts overlapped
     Length – 27 (27½, 28, 28¼) (28½, 28¾, 29) (29½, 30, 30½, 31)”

Yarn Requirements
6 (6, 7, 7) (8, 8, 9) (10, 10, 11, 12) skeins Plymouth Yarn Encore (75% Acrylic/ 25% Wool; 100g/200yds) shown in 6007 Light Gray Heather or 1035 (1155, 1270, 1380) (1490, 1605, 1725) (1860, 1995, 2175, 2325) yards of worsted weight acrylic/wool blend yarn.
Needles:
     US 5 (3.75mm) 29” or longer circular and DPNs
     US 6 (4.00mm) 29” or longer circular
Hooks:
US G/6 (4.00mm)
Gauge: 23 sts and 32 rows = 4” in Beads pattern on US 6 (4.00mm), blocked
Brand
Vermont Fiber Designs
Craft
Knitting
Designer
Sue McCain
Format
Downloadable PDF
Techniques
Bottom Up ,
Seamless ,
Worked Flat ,
Worked In The Round
Yarn Weight

Worsted