The Art of Deduction
This jumper allows me to take 221 B Baker St with me wherever I go. The skulls do attract attention, though.
Merino, cashmere and silk. Knit in the round*, with fair isle yoke and sleeve motifs (look for the secret embroidered message of ennui on the back of the yoke!):
The Wallpaper Had It Coming (modified from this short float version)
221 B skulls (my original design here)
*I improvised the design as I went along, but I was inspired by ‘The Life Aquatic’ from the book Stitch’n’Bitch Superstar Knitting
. I can make-up/share the yoke and sleeve patterns with you - message me if you’re interested.
Here’s my previous wearable knit!lock designs: Knitting is boring and The Game Is On (with free ravelry pattern!)
EDIT: You’ve asked for them, so here are the patterns for the yoke and the sleeves:
The yoke pattern. Wallpaper designs in 12-stitch repeat; skull design in 10-stitch repeat. Red dots indicate decrease rows.
The sleeve pattern. Wallpaper design in 12-stitch repeat. Increase at beginning and end of round as indicated.
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