Bluebonnet Knitting Pattern


Taking inspiration from the incredible fields of wildflowers growing in the Texas Hill Country
every spring, Bluebonnet is a relaxed lace tunic perfect for warm weather and a great layering piece for cooler seasons. It features an interesting all-over lace pattern reminiscent of flowers budding. With a classic two-piece construction for a quick-to-knit project, this is a flattering, easy-to-wear
garment. Bluebonnet can be worn as a fitted tee or as a loose tunic with plenty of positive ease. Wear it over a cami or a tank to stay nice and cool or over a long-sleeved tee as a lightweight and lacy vest.

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Sizes: 1 (2, 3, 4, 5) (6, 7, 8, 9).

Finished bust measurements: 27.5 (33.75, 40, 46.25, 52.5) (58.75, 65, 71.25, 77.5)”/ 68.5 (84.5, 100, 115.5, 131.5) (147, 162.5, 178.5, 194)cm.

To be worn with 0 – 12”/ 0 – 30.5cm positive ease.

Needles: US 5/ 3.75mm or size to obtain gauge, in straight or circular (for working flat); US 3/ 3.25mm or 0.5mm smaller than gauge needle, in DPNs or 16”/ 40cm circular (for working in the round at neckline).

Gauge: 23 sts and 30 rows = 4”/ 10cm over lace pattern, blocked.

Yarn: fingering weight: 630 (775, 935, 1085, 1255) (1430, 1580, 1770, 1925) yards/ 576 (709, 855, 992, 1148) (1308, 1445, 1618, 1760) meters.

Notions: stitch markers, removable stitch markers, stitch holder or scrap yarn, tapestry needle, blocking pins and wires (optional).

Sample knit in: Chicken Coop Dyeworks Tail Feathers (80% superwash Merino, 20% Silk; 600 yards/ 150g) in Olive Oil.


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