In Motion close up

In Motion

Lindsay Lewchuk 2019 New Releases, Garments, Patterns

In Motion

  • In Motion front view
  • In Motion sleeve close up
  • In Motion close up
  • In Motion back view with Puddles
In Motion front cover

Feel fresh and alive as you bound outside in your fun In Motion style. Designed to slim despite winter layers, In Motion invites you from inside chores to snowy outdoors. The chevron design is proportionate to each size for a chic wow! In Motion – irresistible in both style and warmth.

The tech edited and test knit intermediate level pattern is fully written with several diagrams and a schematic.

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Sizes:
32”/ 81.5cm (34”/ 86.5cm, 36”/ 91.5cm, 38”/ 96.5cm, 40”/ 101.5cm, 42”/ 106.5cm, 44”/ 112cm)

Finished Measurements:
Bust: 32”/ 81.5cm (34.5”/ 87.5cm, 36”/ 91.5cm, 38.5”/ 97.5cm, 40”/ 101.5cm, 42.5”/ 107.5cm, 44”/ 112cm)
Length: 23”/ 58.5cm (24”/ 61cm, 24.25”/ 62cm, 24.75”/ 62.5cm, 25”/63.5cm, 25.75”/ 65cm, 25.75”/ 65cm)

Materials:
5 (5, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7) skeins Blue Sky Fibers Worsted Cotton MC, shown in Plum Dusk 648
1 skein Blue Sky Fibers Worsted Cotton CA, shown in Graphite 625
1 skein Blue Sky Fibers Worsted Cotton CB, shown in Sleet 635
      Skein info: 100% organic cotton; 150yds/ 137m per 100g/ 3.53oz
US 7/ 4.5mm needles
US 7/ 4.5mm small circs or DPNs (for sleeves)
US 9/ 5.5mm needles
Yarn needle
13 stitch markers

Gauge:
20 sts and 24 rows over 4”/ 10cm using US 7/ 4.5mm in Stockinette stitch. Note: If substituting yarn, make sure your blocked stitch gauge matches and follow the “If subbing yarn” sections throughout the pattern.

Special Notes:
Color It: solid, two, or three – customize your sweater with color! Each color is used on its own row – no floats!
Visualize It: begin with the hem and creating the base triangles. Then work the body in pattern watching the chevrons develop magically as you knit. As you reach the top of the shoulders on the back, you create inverted triangles to fill the chevrons back into a solid shape. A similar method is used on the front neck, except it is done in a few steps to accommodate the lower neckline. While the body works bottom up, the sleeves work top down. These completely seamless additions compliment the design with a smaller version of the triangle graphic down the center of each sleeve.
Motivated by Psalm 90:17.