With sideways yoke panels featuring an interesting blend of twists and eyelets, the Creekside tunic is as fun to knit as it is to wear. The length is flattering as a layer over leggings or skinny jeans, and has slimming side panels featuring a similar eyelet and cable design.
Named “Creekside” after the 2010 Vancouver Olympics venue. This was my Olympic project, and I am awarding myself a gold medal for completing the design and publishing the pattern before the Closing Ceremonies. Yay!
I hope you enjoy the pattern as much as I did!
XS(X, M, L, XL, 2X)
Chest: 31(35, 39, 43, 47, 51) inches
Length from Shoulders: 28(29, 29, 29, 30,
Hips: 33(37, 41, 45, 49, 53) inches.
Because the cabled panels are deeper than usual armholes, measurements are given based on the beginning of the stockinette portion. Your actual bustline should fit in the cabled portion, with additional stretchy ease. For a close fit, as pictured, select the size 1-3 inches smaller than your bust measurement, or the size 1-2 inches larger than your underbust measurement.
Chunky yarn, approximately 850(950,
1000, 1050, 1100, 1200) yards.
32” US 10/6mm needles, or size to obtain gauge
16” US 10/6mm needles, or size to obtain gauge
Cable needle (optional)
Removable stitch markers or safety pins
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