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TENSION Main tension 30 sts and 40 rs to 10 cm
over st st
Fine 4 ply td approx 7 = mt
PATTERN NOTES The first
number given for rs and sts is for first size, the numbers for larger sizes
follow. Where only one number is given it applies to all sizes. When working
pattern with hp don’t forget to wrap yarn around inside n in hp.
BACK. With C1 cast on 1 x 1 rib8896104112120sts
mt-3/mt-3 k 22 rs. Trans rb sts to mb, rc000, mt, car, k
2 rs. Set machine to hold.
Centre triangle. * Push n nearest carr to hp, k 1
r. *Repeat * to * until only 2 ns [n1
at both sides of “o”] in wp.Push last
2 wp ns to hp, cut C1, take carr to left, join in C2,
Left side. Set rc to 002. ** Push n nearest carr to uwp,
k 2 rs.**** Repeat ** to * *to rc62748492100
Hang marker at side edge for armhole,continue ** to ** until 1 n at left of “0”
and all ns at right of “0” are left in hp.Cut
yarn, push all ns to hp, take carr to right, rejoin C2.
Right side. Set rc to 002. ** Push n nearest carr
to uwp, k 2 rs.**** Repeat ** to * *to rc62748492100
Hang marker at side edge for armhole,continue ** to ** until 1 n at right of“0” and all ns at left of “0” are left in hp.
Cancel hold, *** k to rc114128142152164
Shape shoulders. Set machine to hold.
Put to hp at opp end to carr on ev r91011910ns
k 1 r over all ns, mark centre, kwy.
Work as back to ***, k to rc96106120126138
Shape neck. Set machine to hold. Put to hold
and all ns at left of “0”, k 1 r.
Push to hp at neck edge 1 n ev r 12 times, k to rc115129143153165
Shape shoulder. Put to hp at opp end to carr on
alt r91011910 ns
k 1 r over all shoulder ns, kwy.
Work other side of neck to match. Pick up1013131818sts
from straight side of neck on both sides of hp ns and k 1
r over all ns, kwy.
SLEEVE.  Cast on 1 x 1 rib6670727480sts
mt-3/mt-3 k 12 rs. Trans rb sts to mb, rc000, mt
Work st st, inc 1 st ea end first and ev foll alt r to7882889096sts
k to rc 1216162424
Shape top. Set machine to hold.
Put to hold at opp end to carr on next 10rs55566ns
k 1 r over all ns, mark centre, cast off.
Pin all pieces out to size,
spray with cold water or cover with a wet towel and leave to dry before
NECKBAND.First join one shoulder on the machine. With
right side facing pick up sts of one back shoulder onto2730333640ns
With wrong side facing, pick
up sts of same front shoulder onto same ns, mt+1, k 1 r. Cast off.
Bring to wp for 1 x 1 rib8898102116116
With my, mt-3/mt-3, k zig zag r. Do not k any circ rs,
k 22 rs. Trans rb sts to mb, mt, k 1 r.
With wrong side facing pick up sts around neck on wy onto
same ns, mt+1, k 1 r.
Cast off very loosely by
knitting the next row by hand pulling the ns back to nwp. Then pull work
forward to bring ns back to wp and latch or link off.
Join other shoulder on the
machine. Join neckband seam. Fold neckband in half to inside and catch down very
loosely. [This neckband should pass over your own head]
The imitation Intarsia design for this T shirt is
adapted from one of the ideas in Maggie’s book “Easy Intarsia”.This book shows you how to use holding
position to imitate Intarsia to knit all sorts of geometricshapes into
your stocking stitch garments. Like shallow or steep slopes,wedges, triangles, diabolos, diamonds,
squares, imitation patchwork,and even
simple landscape pictures. All done withthe single bed carriage and only one colour in use at any time.
h5 [6, 7, etc]Set ribber
to half pitch on number shown
rows waste yarn and remove from machine
mt+1 [2, 3, etc]1 [2, 3, etc]
full sizes looser than mt
mt-1[2, 3, etc]1
[2, 3. etc] full sizes tighter than mt.
p5 [6, 7, etc]Set ribber
to full pitch on number shown
st ststocking stitch
yarn round first inside needle in holding position
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