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Rosalyn Tunic

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Designer: Tabetha A. Hedrick
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 31.75" finished bust measurement, 36.25", 40.25", 44.25", 48.52", 52.25", 56"
Yarn Shown: CotLin DK Yarn
Yardage: 861 - 1845
Needles/Hooks Suggested: US 6 (4mm) straight or circular needles or size to obtain gauge; US 6 (4mm) 24-inch circular needles and double-pointed needles (DPNs) or size to obtain gauge
Fiber Type: Cotton & Blends
Weight: DK
Do you like easy cable knitting with satisfying, gorgeous results? The Rosalyn Tunic, with its light cable pattern, is knit flat and seamed. With minimal shaping and maximum wow-factor, the results speak for themselves. You'll have a handknit perfect for Spring. Wear a light top beneath it, and it will see you through so many seasons.

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4 out of 5 stars

I like this pattern, and very much look forward to knitting it once I finish the swatch. However!! There is a small (but important) chart detail that really should be edited. The written instructions state "When working the chart, follow RS rows (even numbers) from right to left, and WS rows (odd numbers) from left to right" Unfortunately, the chart rows are numbered in a way that suggests the opposite - the WS row numbers are placed to the right, the RS row numbers are placed to the left. This seems silly! And confusing. I know that the written instructions are correct, but it seems like a good idea to update the chart to reflect the proper knitting direction.