Nothing and something, that is a sleeveling. A dear child has many names, and this design has many functions. A sleeveling is a sleeve with a shoulder shrug, a scarf, or a sweater when knitted as a pair. There are also other possibilities: for example as a combined hat and scarf. If you want two sleevelings, you need two additional balls of yarn, either in the main color or another color. Knit either two similar sleevelings or two sleevelings with a different main color and the same stripes.
Skill Level: Easy
For Size: Small/Medium (Large/Extra Large) = Sleeve 22? (22?)?; Body section is adjustable
Yarn Required: 100 (100) grams of MC and 50 grams each of CC1 and CC2 of a Fingering Weight Yarn
Gauge: 26 sts and 36 rows = 4" in St st
Suggested Needle/Hook Size:
US 3 (2.25mm) Needles for Body, and 16" Circular Needle for sleeve (you can knit the entire sleeveling on the 16? circular if you don?t find it too cramping)
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