An easy-going sleeveless t-shirt is comfortable to wear and looks great with a dressy skirt or with casual jeans. Use a single color of speckled or solid yarn, make a fade, stripe it up with two colors, or go wild with random stripes of fingering yarn from your stash.
Worked bottom up in the round to armholes, then split to work the chest flat, the shoulders are joined with my favorite seam, the 3-Needle Bind off. The stockinette body is accented by a seed stitch bottom border and crocheted finishing around the armholes and neckline.
XS (S, M, L) (XL, 2X)
Finished Bust Measurement: 28 (32, 36, 42) (48, 54)“ / 71 (81, 91, 106.5) (122, 137) cm
Recommended fit: -2” ease intended
Old Rusted Chair Single (Fingering)
100% Superwash Merino
400 yds (366 m) / 100g
Pot Shot - 2 (2, 2, 3) (3, 3) skeins
584 (643, 734, 898) (1028, 1147) yds fingering weight yarn
US3/3.25mm 24-40” circular needles
28 sts x 40 ½ rows = 4”/10cm worked flat and in the round in stockinette, blocked
If your gauge changes from working flat to working in the round, adjust needle size accordingly.
Stitch markers (2)
Size D/3.25mm Crochet hook
Waste yarn or stitch holders
Pattern has been tech edited and test knitted.