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This is one of my first designs, it’s knitted flat, not in the round like most of the latest ones. I had a thing for turtle necks back then, hehe. It’s made in a wool-cotton mix, which is perfect for sensitive skins like mine. It’s nice and snug without being too tight, and there’s a little short row trick on the front at the hem to avoid the whole shorter in the front longer in the back effect that is often caused by normally-sized busts. And for those with tiny busts, it’s actually quite becoming having a front slightly longer than the back. Pictured in a size Small


  • This was knitted in Rowan's “Wool cotton” 50% Merino Wool, 50% Cotton (50g/180m) (1.76oz/197yds) but you can use any yarn that matches the gauge
  • Once you get the right gauge, count approximately 720m (800, 880, 960)
    788yds (875, 963, 1050)
    of yarn or 6 skeins (7, 7, 8)
  • Cable needle
  • Stitch markers
  • Row counter


  • 26s and 34r for a 10x10cm (4"x4") square in Stockinette st with 3.75mm n (US5)


  • 3,5mm (US 4) straight needles for the rib
  • 3.75mm (US 5) straight needles for the body
  • 24" 3,5mm (US 4) circular needle for neck and armholes


  • Small, Medium, Lage, Xtra Large

Difficulty level