Product description

“Who doesn’t love and need the comfort and simplicity of a long sleeved, crew neck T-shirt? Especially a T-shirt enhanced with a Lattice Pattern Stitch for textural detail. This fun-to-knit lace stitch creates an interesting border that contrasts with the Stockinette Stitch of the body fabric. The garment’s silhouette is slightly A-lined in both Sleeves and Body, adding a bit of ease below the waist, for a casual, comfortable fit.

Loft is the perfect yarn for this design, offering a weight that transcends seasons. Corrina is suitable for a cool Midsummer’s Night or layered among others of its kind for a cold Winter’s Tale. Either way, it is highly wearable – whether layered casually or more pulled together with a cashmere sweater and a necklace framing its center neckline detail.” – Ann McCauley

Designer: Ann McCauley

Collection: Wool People, Volume 3

 

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Corrina

Knitted Tee with Lattice Detailing

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Skill Level 3 of 5
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  • Product description

    “Who doesn’t love and need the comfort and simplicity of a long sleeved, crew neck T-shirt? Especially a T-shirt enhanced with a Lattice Pattern Stitch for textural detail. This fun-to-knit lace stitch creates an interesting border that contrasts with the Stockinette Stitch of the body fabric. The garment’s silhouette is slightly A-lined in both Sleeves and Body, adding a bit of ease below the waist, for a casual, comfortable fit.

    Loft is the perfect yarn for this design, offering a weight that transcends seasons. Corrina is suitable for a cool Midsummer’s Night or layered among others of its kind for a cold Winter’s Tale. Either way, it is highly wearable – whether layered casually or more pulled together with a cashmere sweater and a necklace framing its center neckline detail.” – Ann McCauley

    Designer: Ann McCauley

    Collection: Wool People, Volume 3

     

  • Pattern materials

    YARDAGE

    • Approximately 1060 (1160, 1325, 1500, 1670, 1855) yards of fingering weight wool yarn


    YARN

    • 4 (5, 5, 6, 7, 7) skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Loft (100% American Targhee-Columbia wool; 275 yards/50g)
    • Photographed in color Blanket Fort


  • Pattern specs

    GAUGE

    Working Gauge:

    • 28 stitches & 40 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch with Size A needle; before blocking
    • 28 stitches & 48 rows = 4″ in Lattice Pattern Stitch (which utilizes yarn overs that will open considerably when blocked); before blocking


    Finished Gauge:

    • 24 stitches & 37 rows = 4″ in all stitch patterns with Size A needle; measurement taken from relaxed fabric after light blocking (with slight stretch)


    NEEDLES

    • One pair of straight needles (or circulars, if preferred) and one 16″ circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge
    • Suggested Size: 3½ mm (US 4)


    Note: You may find a sharper-tipped needle or stiletto tip helpful for working the Lattice Pattern Stitch with its yarn overs and decreases.


    FINISHED DIMENSIONS

    • 31¼ (35¼, 39¼, 43¼, 47¼, 51¼)” finished (seamed) garment at chest
    • Sample shown is size 35¼” with +½” ease on model


    Please note: the stitch patterns used for this garment include written as well as charted instructions.
  • Pattern Updates

    Current Pattern: v2.2

    26 March 2021: Version 2.2

    On page 5 below "Front Neck and Shoulder Shaping," the directions have been updated to read, "You will now work both sides of neck at once from separate balls of yarn. On the next 2 rows..." Copy referencing neck and shoulder shaping being worked concurrently, as well as the Back, has been removed.


    27 January 2015: Version 2.0

    On page 7, under Shape Cap, the following repeat instructions have been corrected to read: “Repeat the Cap Decrease Row every other row 9 (10, 12, 14, 18, 20) more times.”

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