1 Pr. Standard No. 0 Needles—14 in.
1 Pr. Standard No. 3 Needles—14 in.
1 Size 3 Double Pointed Needle
Jack Frost Sport Angora—7 155-yd. Balls
BACK: With No. 0 Needles cast on 124 sts. K. 2, P. 2, for 2½ in. Change to No. 3 Needles, increasing to 126 sts. at even intervals across the row. Work as follows:
Row 1—* P. 6, K. 4, repeat from * across row, ending P. 6.
Row 2—* K. 6, P. 4, repeat from * across row, ending K. 6. Repeat above 2 rows twice. On the 7th row cable over the K. 4 sts. as follows: slip the 1st 2 sts. onto a double pointed needle. Hold in back of work. K. the next 2 sts., then bring the 2 sts. which were slipped, forward, and knit them. Repeat cables every 6th row. Work in Pat. until piece measures 9 in. from 1st cast on sts. Bind off 5 sts. at the beginning of the next 2 rows, then decrease 1 st. at each end every other row 5 times. Work even until piece measures 7 in. from 1st bound off sts. at underarm. Work over 35 sts. Bind off 36 sts. for back of neck. On remaining 35 sts., starting at shoulder edge, bind off 8 sts. at the beginning of every other row 4 times, at the same time decreasing 1 st. at neck edge every other row 3 times. Work other side to correspond.
FRONT: With No. 0 Needles cast on 73 sts. Work in ribbing of K. 2, P. 2, keeping the 1st 7 sts. at front edge in garter st. for buttonhole band. When ribbing measures 1 in., make 1st buttonhole as follows: K. 3, Y. O., K. 2 tog., K. 2, work across row. Repeat buttonholes every 1½ in. to neckline of blouse. When ribbing measures 2½ in., change to No. 3 Needles, increasing to 79 sts. at even intervals across the row. Work in Pat. as follows:
Row 1—K. 7, * P. 6, K. 4, repeat from * across row, ending P. 2.
Row 2—K. 2, * P. 4, K. 6, repeat from * across row, ending P. 4, K. 13.
Repeat above 2 rows, cabling as described for back, until piece measures 9½ in. from 1st cast on sts. Bind off 8 sts. at underarm side once, then decrease 1 st. at underarm side every other row 8 times. Work even for 5½ in. K. over 7 sts. for band. Place on st.-holder. Bind off 10 sts. at neck edge once, then bind off 3 sts. at neck edge every other row 4 times. Decrease 1 st. at neck edge every other row 2 times. Work even until armhole corresponds with back. Starting at shoulder edge, bind off 8 sts. at the beginning of every other row 4 times. Work other side to correspond, omitting buttonholes and reversing Pat.
Sew shoulder seams.
SLEEVES: With No. 3 Needles, on right side of garment, pick up 30 sts. across top of shoulder. Work back, increasing to 60 sts. Pick up 5 sts. at end of row. Work back and forth in Pat., picking up 5 sts. at end of each row until 140 sts. are on the needle, and sleeve has been picked up from end to end of armhole. Work even for 5 in. Change to No. 0 Needles, decreasing to 72 sts. at even intervals across the row. K. 2, P. 2, for 2 in. Bind off.
NECKBAND: With No. 3 Needles, on right side of garment, pick up 112 sts. from end to end of neckband, including the 7 sts. from each side which were placed on the st.-holder. Work in ribbing of K. 2, P. 2, keeping the 1st and last 7 sts. in garter st., for 10 rows. Make last buttonhole in center of band. Bind off.
Sew underarm and sleeve seams.
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