Razor Lace Sweater Knitting Pattern - PDF

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A fantastic sweater, it can be worked as a short sleeve or sleeveless version. A must-have for that summer vacation!

Finished Sizes: Chest Measurement is 36” (38.5”, 41”, 44”, 46.5”)

Finished Length: 23” (24”, 24.5”, 24.75”, 26.5”)

Gauge: 20sts and 27rows to 4 inches on size 6 needles

Needles: Size 6 needles 24” circular (double points needed for neck finishing)

Materials: Shown in Austermann’s Lino Color (57% Viscose / 20% Linen / 8% Cotton / 15% Acrylic: 115yds/50g)

Yardage: Approximately 575-1150 yards (6, 7, 8, 9, 10 balls) for Short Sleeves (5, 6, 7, 8, 9 balls) for Sleeveless

Skill Level: Intermediate


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Please note you are purchasing only a copy of the pattern and not the item(s) shown. All content and photographs are © Copyright – Amy Loberg. All Rights Reserved. Please do not reprint or distribute without permission. FiberWild! Patterns are not to be knit for resale.

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