FW1999-14&15 Coat & Shell and Ribbed Tunic
There's immense textural luxury here. The two-piece ensemble on the left is done in a great knit/purl pattern over six rows; the sweater on the right is a big fat varying rib. The shell under the coat is a boatnecked garment with deep-cut armholes-- comfortable to wear under a big jacket. Sleeves for both the coat and sweater are set in. We are gobsmacked by the neck treatment on the sweater: it's so simple and luxurious, with its perfectly-placed fully-fashioned decreases.
Original yarn for garment on left was 96% wool, 4% nylon, 54 yds/50m to 50g, suggested gauge 14 sts to 4"/10cm on a US10/6mm needle. Original yarn for garment on right was 75% wool, 25% nylon, 120 yds/110m to 50g, suggested gauge 15 sts to 4"/10cm on a US9/5.5mm needle (both suggested gauges in st st).
- no charts
- schematics included
- sewing required
- straight (flat)
- 9 sizes, 3 per garment, finished 37" - 53"; see data pages
- scanned PDF has 5 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 6.0 mm
- US 10
- 14.0 over pattern
- 4 x 4 in
- 5.5 mm
- US 9
- 17.0 over pattern
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