Thursday, March 27, 2008


Finally, I have completed this lacey top and I name it, Lacey-T. This is a simple knitwear design of mine with a nice repetition of lace stitch pattern working on front and back piece separately. I managed to complete this top and wear it in my New York trip. Spending a week or so, I wrote the pattern out and now it is for sale.

For knitters who love lace knitting and would like to try something more challenging, this would be a good choice and I am sure you will have fun working on it. There are no shaping required but this knitwear is stretchable and it will attach and fit your body nicely. A slight wavy sleeves and straight line neckline is another simple and yet elegant combination I design for Lacey-T. You can wear a tank tube, spaghetti or long sleeves underneath getting the layering effect.

Needle: 3.25mm and 3.75mm circular needle

Finish Size: 27”, (32”, 36”, 41”)
Fit bust 32/34”, (36/38”, 40/42”, 44/46”)

Yarn: Knit Picks Palette Navy 100% Peruvian Highland Wool.
231yards/50grams. 3(4, 4, 5) balls

Notions: Stitch markers
Scrap yarn.
Tapestry needle.
Steam Iron

Gauge: 28st x 40row = 4” in ribbing using 3.25mm needle

Difficulty: Intermediate