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hathor tee (english)

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Hathor tee is characterized by its lozenge-shaped lace pattern and the classic aegyo shape that you can size up or down depending on how oversized a garment you want. Knit it in a soft summer cotton and use it as a tee in the summer, or use a light woolen yarn to use it as a vest in the autumn.

CONSTRUCTION

You first work the back, then pick up sts for shoulders, which are later joined to create the front. You continue to work flat until all pieces are joined. From then on, you work in the rnd in pattern, finishing with a twisted rib on neckband, hem and bottom of sleeves.

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY

The tee is categorized as medium to difficult.

NOTE on difficulty: The pattern includes indicative diagrams as well as text describing the rows/rnds. However, you also need to be able to read your knitting in order to know where you are in relation to the diagrams. Meanwhile, the lace pattern is repetitive, and you will soon memorize it.

SIZES

1 (2) 3 (4) 

Chest circumference of finished tee: 115 (132) 148 (165) cm / 45 (52) 58 (65)”

Total length incl. ribbing: 47 (48) 50 (52) cm / 18.5 (19) 19.7 (20.5)”

The model is wearing a size 2 and measures 79 cm / 31” across the chest, giving her a positive ease of 53 cm /20.8”. We recommend a minimum of 15-20 cm / 6-8” of positive ease. 

YARN AND GAUGE

8 (9) 11 (13) balls / 400 (450) 550 (650) g of 1 strand of Cotton Wool 5 (50% extra fine merino lambswool and 50% extra fine cotton, 50g/100m) from Gepard Yarn.

Note: Amount of yarn is always an estimate as gauge and tension vary. Please calculate more yarn if you wish for a longer garment than shown here.

Hathor tee is shown in the colourways:

Cotton Wool 5: 101 off white

Cotton Wool 5: 802 spring green

Yarn alternative for a warmer version:

8 (9) 11 (13) balls/ 400 (450) 550 (650) g af 1 strand of Puno (68% baby alpaca, 10% merino wool, 22% polyamide, 50g/110 m) from Gepard Yarn. 

Gauge: 17 sts x 26 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4” in lace pattern on a 4.5 mm / US 7 needle after washing and blocking. 

Suggested needles:

4.5 mm /US 7 cable needle (40, 60 - 80 cm / 16, 24-32”)

3.5 mm / US 4 cable needle (40 – 60 cm / 16-24”)