Issue 439 • Mesh Panel Pullover
This pullover, knit in Mesa, is like your favorite sweatshirt only better – with its relaxed fit and wide neck. It is worked in one piece from the bottom front up and over the shoulders to the bottom back. A mesh panel spans from cuff to cuff across both the front and back.
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- 4½ sts = 1" on US 7 (4.5 mm) needle
- 85 yards/50 gram ball
- machine or hand wash cool, dry flat
- 20 colors
Mesa, a soft and sumptuous 100% cotton with tone on tone kettle dyed effect, is available in coordinating sunbaked colors. Outstanding stitch definition makes Mesa perfect for cables, lace and or just plain stockinette. With a gauge of 4½ stitches per inch and 85 yards on each ball, an average sweater can be knit with only 9 balls. Projects worked in Mesa are sure to become some of your favorites – like a pair of faded jeans that fit just right.
Frankie is a simple ruffled top that is knit in Fortuna. It is worked separately in two lengths and can be worn separately or layered.
58% Linen, 26% Viscose, 16% Cotton
- 5-5½ sts/inch on US 4-5 (3.5-3.75 mm) needle
- 164 yards/50 gram ball
- hand wash cool, dry flat
- 10 colors
Read more about Fortuna.