Eternity Jacket (A Short Kimono) by
The Queenie Sisters

Pattern: $10.00

Jacket Pattern Using Hand Dyed Yarn from Lisa Souza 

Eternity was brought to my attention by someone looking for the pattern from The Queenie Sisters. I asked the Girls why I didn’t know about this piece and well, could they make one for me? It took many months and was worth the wait because everyone who saw the garment at her unveiling at Stitches Midwest was smitten.

Our version is knitted in Polwarth/Silk in the exciting combination of Violet and South Pacific. This project is considered for the “Confident Intermediate Knitter” and has 8 pages of instructions, which are fabulous.

Sizes are Petite (Average, Women’s) To fit actual bust: 36 (37-46, 47-56) Finished Chest at underarm: 45(55, 65) inches. Finished center back length: 19.5 (21, 22.5) inches Note: Garment is designed to fit loosely over a light to medium layer of clothing, with at least 9 inches and an average of 14 inches of ease.

Yarn: Polwarth/silk DK-400 yard/4.8 ounce skeins Main color (Violet) 3(4,4) skeins, Secondary color (South Pacific) 2(2,3) skeins

Needles: US 4 (3.5mm) or size to obtain gauge: circular 24”-40”; 16 “ circ for sleeve edging and one US 10(5.75mm) straight, circ or dpn for Bind Off.

Notions:(2) Clip-on markers US E or F (3.5 or 3.75mm) crochet hook (6) Stitch markers plus (2) for each Raindrop motif Tapestry Needle Waste yarn

Gauge: In Stockinette, 33 sts x 26 rows +6.5 x 5” unwashed and unblocked In pattern C, 31 sts x 5 rows = 5 x 2.5” (6.2 sts x 8 rows = 1 x 1”) unwashed and unblocked

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