Yoke Sweater Knitting Pattern, Mohair Silk, Slipped Stitch, The Binary Code
The Binary Code, is inspired by my wish to mix different qualities of yarn together, for a textured, fashionable appeal. Mohair presents a fluffy bedding, where elegant, subtle, pearls of merino singles are embedded with a slip stitch. “Pearls” are moved for one stitch in each row, not to overlap each other, by slipping the yarn in 1-2 manner. Thus, the Binary Code. Oversized yoke is then cinched in the body for a flattering fit. The sleeves have biased decreases forming a twist down the elbow line.
18sts x 22rows in 10cm (4") in stockinette stitch, with mohair silk lace yarn held double, on the main needles (4.5mm, US7 suggested)
about 150-200g of mohair lace yarn (429yd in 50g) + 3 mini skeins of single merino (or rest yarn)
3.5mm and 4.5mm (US4 and US7) suggested
If you buy yarn for the project, the pattern will be sent to you free of charge. Just write me a note at the check out.