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Samsara by Mary Joy Gumayagay

Samsara by Mary Joy Gumayagay Samsara by Mary Joy Gumayagay
Samsara by Mary Joy Gumayagay Samsara by Mary Joy Gumayagay
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This cropped, shawl collar jacket features diagonal cable panels on the lower body with reverse Stockinette stitch upper body and sleeves framed by wide ribbed borders.

$7.00 US

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Finished measurements:
Bust: 36 (40, 44, 48, 52)” / 91.5 (101.5, 112, 122, 132) cm buttoned
Length: 20 (20 ½, 21, 21 ½, 22)” / 51 (52, 53.5, 54.5, 56) cm
Shown in size 36” / 91.5 cm
Intended to be worn with 1–3” / 2.5–7.5 cm ease.

Yarn: 10 (11, 13, 14, 15) balls Valley Yarns Amherst (109 yds / 100 m per 1 ¾ oz / 50 g ball; 100% Merino Wool) in Soft Brown

Needles & Notions:
Size 8 US / 5 mm circular needle 29” /
74 cm or longer
Size 9 US / 5.5 mm circular needle 29” / 74 cm or longer
Stitch markers, waste yarn, cable needle, tapestry needle, 1 button 1 ⅜” / 35 mm diameter

Gauge: 19 sts and 24 rows = 4” / 10 cm in rev St st on size 8 US / 5 mm needles.
24 sts and 26 rows = 4” / 10 cm in 2x2 Rib on size 8 US / 5 mm needles; 36 sts and 24 rows of Cable Patterns as shown on Chart A = 6” wide and 3 ½” long on size 8 US / 5 mm needles

Construction Notes: This jacket begins with two cable panels worked on the diagonal and sewn together at the center back. The cable patterns are presented in charts only. Stitches are picked up along the edge of the cable panels for the upper back and fronts. Stitches are picked up along the other edge of the cable panels for the lower ribbing, which is shaped with short rows. The set-in sleeves are worked in reverse Stockinette st and sewn into the armholes. Stitches are picked up along the front and neck edges for the buttonbands and collar, which is shaped with short rows.

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