Blue Sky Fibers

Moscow Coat

The Classic Series

Design by Vladimira Cmorej

$9.00

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Long on length and high on fashion, this coat is knit in lightweight Blue Sky Fibers Techno with a Blue Sky Alpacas Bulky waistband for added structure. A detachable collar that offers multiple styling options and bold buttons combine to make this coat a statement.

Pattern No. MC

YARN:

Techno by Blue Sky Fibers (68% Baby Alpaca/22% Silk/10% Extra Fine Merino; 50 grams/120yd): 11 (12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20) hanks

Bulky by Blue Sky Fibers (50% Alpaca/50% Wool; 100g/45yd): 6 (6, 7, 7, 8, 8, 8) hanks

 

NEEDLES:

Size 7 (4.5mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

Size 15 (10mm) needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

Size 7 (4.5mm) 16″ circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge

 

OTHER TOOLS:

Stitch holders

Four 1¾” buttons

5 (5, 7, 7, 7, 7, 7) 1″ buttons

Tapestry needle

SKILL LEVEL:

Advanced

 

GAUGE:

In Stockinette stitch, 18 sts and 24 rows = 4″, using smaller needles and TECHNO yarn

In Stockinette stitch, 8.5 sts and 13 rows = 4″, using larger needles and Bulky yarn

In Twisted rib, 11 sts and 14 rows = 4″, using larger needles and Bulky yarn

 

SIZES:

XXS (XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL)

 

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:

Length: 37½ (38¾, 40, 41¾, 43¼, 44½, 46¼)”

Bust: 32 (35½, 39, 42½, 46, 48½, 51)”

Waist: 28½ (32, 35½, 39, 42½, 45, 47½)”

Sleeve length to underarm: 18 (18½, 18½, 19, 19, 19½, 19½)”

Coat is designed to be worn with approximately 1 – 2″ positive ease.

No. 1974 Smoke / No. 1007 Gray Wolf

Yarn Used in Pattern

Techno

Light Bulky

Yarn Used in Pattern

Bulky

Bulky

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