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Hazelwood by Robin Melanson Hazelwood by Robin Melanson
Hazelwood by Robin Melanson Hazelwood by Robin Melanson
Buy Classic Elite Yarns Kumara at WEBS

Think of crisp fall days and boyish style for this cosy yet lightweight jacket. The leather fasteners are easy to make, and look superior to commercial findings. This sweater has an unusual construction: the left and right sides are worked side-to-side from the center back to the center front, and then the backs are joined together with a three-needle bind-off. The lofty yarn works in counterpoint to the dense row gauge of the stitch pattern, so that the garment is not heavy

$7.00 US

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Finished measurements:
Bust (buttoned): 31 ½ (36, 39 ½, 43 ½, 47 ½, 52)” / 80 (91.5, 100.5, 110.5, 120.5, 132) cm
Shown in size 36” / 91.5 cm
Intended to be worn with 2–3” / 5–7.5 cm ease.

Yarn: 11 (12, 13, 15, 16, 18) balls Classic Elite Yarns Kumara (128 yd / 117 m per 1 ¾ oz / 50 g ball; 85% Extra Fine Merino Wool, 15% Baby Camel) in #5758 Mars Red

Needles & Notions: Size 8 US / 5 mm circular needle, 32” / 80 cm long
Size I-9 US / 5.5 mm crochet hook, smooth waste yarn in contrasting color, four 1 ½” / 40 mm toggle buttons, 3 yd / 2.75 m of 3/32” / 2.4 mm leather lace, two ⅜” / 10 mm snaps

Gauge: 17 sts and 38 rows = 4” / 10 cm over Fisherman’s Rib/Garter Stripe Sequence

Construction Notes: Back/Front pieces of sweater are worked side-to-side, starting at the center back and ending at the center front, with armholes worked into the piece. The pieces are joined at the center back using three-needle bind-off. The sleeves are worked from cuff to cap.

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