Peppermint Twist by Becky Delgado

Peppermint Twist

September 2004
yarn held together
+ Fingering
= Sport (12 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch with Cotton Glace
US 2 - 2.75 mm
1469 yards (1343 m)
S(34"); M(36"); L(39"); XL (42")
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Pattern description from Stitch ‘n Bitch:

Until recently, I had knit things only for my brother’s children of for my son. One day, while visiting my local yarn show, I admired a striped sweater I saw hanging in the display window, and the yarn shop owner - who had by then become my knitting buddy - told me that I could easily knit it for myself. I picked out yarn and she pulled out her calculator, showing me how to estimate yarn amounts for the project. With a bit of help from her and my knitting books, I came up with an easy pattern and knit the sweater. For the first time ever, I had a custom-made sweater! What I love about it is that it has all the colors I’ve always wanted in a sweater, but couldn’t find until I came up with it myself. And it’s the only sweater I’ve ever owned that fits me the way I want - thanks to raglan armholes, waist shaping, and the drape of the cotton yarn.

Finished length: 18½ (19½, 20¼, 21)“

Skills Required: Cast on, knit, purl, change color, knit in the round, increase, bind off, sew seam

Pattern requires 3 colors of Rowan Cotton Glace as follows: 7 skeins of Main Color; 2 skeins of Color A; 1 skein of Color B and 1 skein of 1 color of Phildar Sunset (worked with 2 strands held together).

Additional Materials: US 2 (3mm) 16” circular needle AND US 2 (3mm) knitting needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

Pattern on pages 216 - 218.