The Fibre Company

Selvedge Tee Kit

$69.00
Weight: 300.00 Grams
Stock: 0
Designer: Nina Holubcova
Style: Pullover
Yarn Weight: 3: DK (5.5 sts/in)
Fiber: Wool, Cotton, Linen, Silk
Colors None Selected (required)

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Selvedge Tee
by Nina Holubcova

Designer’s Description: 

The tee is worked in the round starting at the neck, with an I-cord cast on, and increases running down the shoulder seam detail. It’s divided and worked flat to create the armholes, then joined again for the body, with a decorative seam detail running down the sides. Short rows are worked for a gently curved back hem, finished with an I-cord bind off.

Crochet provisional CO is used to start the I-cord CO for a seamless finish, feel free to choose any other preferred CO technique instead.

All slip stitches are worked purlwise wyib unless specified otherwise.

German short row method is used throughout to keep the wrapped stitches tight and less noticeable.

NOTE:  The sample shown is NOT knit with LUMA.  All images © Nina Holubcova and are included to show the garment design.

BUILD YOUR KIT:  Our kits are available as yarn-only kits. We have included the option to add the pattern, tools, etc. to complete the project.  

SIZING: Select your Bust Circumference OR the size that corresponds with your desired Finished Bust Circumference.

  • Bust Circumference (in): 34(38, 42, 46, 50, 54, 58)”/ The Bust size has 10" built into the pattern for positive ease.  
  • Finished Bust Circumference (in): 44(48, 54, 56, 60, 64, 68)"

Kit Includes:

Yarn: Luma by The Fibre Co.⎟DK (5.5 sts/in)⎟136yds [125m]⎟50g

    • 6 - 12 skeins in selected colorway

Optional Pattern Add-on: digital copy (via Ravelry)

Pattern Details

Needle: US 4/3.50mm circular

Notions: Tapestry needle, 5 stitch markers (4+1 different colour to denote EOR), waste yarn, stitch holders, crochet hook for CO

Skills: An intermediate level pattern.
The techniques involved are: crochet provisional cast on, i-cord cast on, knitting top-down, knitting in the round, knitting back and forth on circular needles, german short rows, increasing, decreasing, picking up stitches, i-cord bind off, grafting/kitchener stitch.