Monadnock Tank

An open eyelet pattern creates a checkerboard effect in this bottom-up knitted tank. This loose-fitting top is worked in pieces and seamed for stability.

Erica Schlueter

Sizes 36 (41, 46, 51, 56)” bust circumference; shown in size 36″, modeled with 1″ of positive ease

Yarn O-Wool Balance (50% certified organic merino wool, 50% certified organic cotton; 130 yd [119 m]/50 g):

  • malachite, 5 (6, 6, 7, 8) skeins

Yarn distributed by Tunney Wool Company

Gauge 16 sts and 23 rows = 4″ in charted patt on larger needles

Tools

  • Size 5 (3.75 mm): straight and 16″ circular (cir) needles
  • Size 8 (5 mm): straight and 16″ cir needles
  • Marker (m)
  • Stitch holders
  • Tapestry needle

An open eyelet pattern creates a checkerboard effect in this bottom-up tank. This loose-fitting top is worked in pieces and seamed for stability.

An open eyelet pattern creates a checkerboard effect in this bottom-up knitted tank. This loose-fitting top is worked in pieces and seamed for stability. An open eyelet pattern creates a checkerboard effect in this bottom-up knitted tank. This loose-fitting top is worked in pieces and seamed for stability. An open eyelet pattern creates a checkerboard effect in this bottom-up knitted tank. This loose-fitting top is worked in pieces and seamed for stability. An open eyelet pattern creates a checkerboard effect in this bottom-up knitted tank. This loose-fitting top is worked in pieces and seamed for stability. An open eyelet pattern creates a checkerboard effect in this bottom-up knitted tank. This loose-fitting top is worked in pieces and seamed for stability.

 

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