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Sunshine Top Knit Pattern in PDF
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Sunshine Top Knit Pattern in PDF
Sunshine Top Knit Pattern in PDF
Sunshine Top Knit Pattern in PDF
Sunshine Top Knit Pattern in PDF

Sunshine Top Knit Pattern in PDF

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Dress it up, or dress it down! You can pair this top with jeans for casual look, or you can you can weave ribon on the lace section for romantic and feminine looks. The front opening is low enough to show your sexy cleavage, or you can sew it up if you feel it is too low (I add button for accessory). This top is knit in the round, from the top down, and in one piece, so theres no seaming. Pattern is available in fingering weight and DK weight yarn.

Sizes: See measurement table. The sizing of the sweater is easy to customize. Ive included sizing guidelines, but keep in mind that you can control the size. I also included tips how to make it fit to your own measurement. Since this is knitted from top down, you can try it as you go!
Needle: 3.25 mm (size 3) for fingering weight and 4 mm(size 6) mm for DK
Yarn: Fingering weight or DK weight
Yarn requirement:
Fingering Weight: XS: 1000 meter, S: 1100 meter, M: 1200 meter, L: 1300 meter, XL: 1400 meter, XXL: 1500 meter, XXXL: 1600 meter
DK Weight: XS: 700 meter, S: 775 meter, M: 850 meter, L: 925 meter, XL: 1000 meter, XXL: 1075 meter, XXXL: 1150 meter
Notion: Tapestry needle, button (optional), ribon (optional), marker, scrap yarn
Gauge:
Fingering Weight: 30 sts and 40 rows = 4 (10 cm) in Stockinette Stitch (St st) using 3.25 mm needle or adjust the needle size to get gauge.
Double Knit Weight: 20 sts and 28 rows = 4 (10 cm) in Stockinette Stitch (St st) using 3.5 mm needle or adjust the needle size to get gauge.
Difficulty: Intermediate (it's very easy actually, only the lace part that is a bit challanging for beginners).
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