Pale Shelter is a top-down circular yoke sweater with lovely design details: A reinforced neckline achieved by holding the yarn double, a line of eyelets tracing the sides of the body, a twisted stitch seam running down the back. The pattern comes with optional A-line shaping and two sleeve versions: regular sleeves (as pictured), and Bishop sleeves.
This listing is for the single PDF pattern. You'll get an email with a download link immediately after purchase.
If you're interested in the pattern in print form, check out Issue 3 - that's where it first got published!
CC yarn for optional contrast stripe: 30 metres / 32 yards
Sample shown is knit in colourway Heron. Claudia wears a size 3 with regular sleeves and 26.5 cm / 10.5” of positive ease.
5 mm / US 8 circular needle with a cable length of at least 80 cm / 32” (or needle size to obtain gauge) 5 mm / US 8 double-pointed needles (or needle size to obtain gauge)
4 mm / US 6 circular needle with a cable length of at least 80 cm / 32” (or needle one or two sizes smaller than main needle) 4 mm / US 6 double-pointed needles (or needle one or two sizes smaller than main needle)
A circular needle with a short cable can be used instead of double-pointed needles, however magic loop is not recommended for linen as it would pull the stitches excessively.
20 sts x 25 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” (in the round, in stockinette stitch, on larger needle, after blocking)
Note that linen stretches by 10-20% after blocking so you’ll need to measure your swatch before and after blocking. As a reference, the swatch for the sample had 22 sts x 28 rows in 10 x 10 cm before blocking.
Blocking tools (blocking mats, t-pins)
Removable stitch markers
Bust circumference: 92 (103, 111.5, 118, 124.5, 127, 136, 139) cm / 36.25 (40.5, 44, 46.5, 49.25, 50, 53.5, 54.75)” - recommended to be worn with 5-17 cm / 2-7” of positive ease at the bust.
Designer: Vanessa Pellisa
I am a knitwear designer from Barcelona. My designs are inspired by literature, memories and the gorgeous yarn with which they are knit. You can find Vanessa over on vanessapellisa.com
Photography: Melinda Dela Costa
Model: Claudia Reudelsdorf
Tech Editing: Marina Skua
Graphic Design: Camille Romano
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