Idril by Jennifer Wood


March 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 35 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
1075 - 1917 yards (983 - 1753 m)
Finished bust: 29.5 (32, 34.5, 37.75, 40,25, 45.5, 47)" (75 [81.5, 87.5, 96, 102, 108.5, 115.5, 119.5] cm)
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Idril is so named because…this sweater looks like the armor of mithril that Frodo Baggins wears in the Lord of the Rings. Just as the beauty of mithril did not tarnish or grow dim, neither will this beautiful cabled sweater.”

“Idril is constructed in one piece from the top down with short-row shoulder shaping. Once the top pieces are joined the pullover is worked in the round.”

-from Refined Knits by Jennifer Wood (Interweave 2016)

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Page 34

Increase neck and Sleeve stitches

Inc Row (RS):Work the Left Front Cable Chart to m, sl, RLI, knit to armhole m, sl m, RLI, knit to next armhole m, LLI, sl m, work back sts, sl m, RLI, knit to next armhole m, LLI, sl m, work to armhole m, LLI, work the Right Front Cable Chart.

The bolded should be right front cable.

German book version errata:

“Errata German version: S. 32, Schulterschrägung - Mustereinteilung.
”1 M li, aus 1 M 2 li M str“.