Anker Tee Kit
Your kit is lovingly prepared with the essentials needed to knit the iconic Anker Tee by PetiteKnits. You can even add needles to your kit if needed.
The Anker Tee is worked from the top down. The yoke is worked in sections of rib with increases in the round, followed by classic raglan increases in the stockinette section. Anker Tee has no finishing other than weaving in ends.
About This Yarn: 70% certified Organic Merino 30% Linen, worsted spun and plied, 460m per 100 gram skein
Sizes Available: Sizes XS (S) M (L) XL (2XL) 3XL (4XL) 5XL are designed to fit an approximate bust circumference of 80-85 (85-90) 90-95 (95-100) 100-110 (110-120) 120-130 (130-140) 140-150 cm
Size Guide: The Anker Tee is designed to have approx. 0 cm of positive ease. Measure yourself at your widest upper body part using a measuring tape to determine which size to knit. Example: If you measure 95 cm [37½ inches] you should knit a size M.
Difficulty: LOWER INTERMEDIATE (2 out of 5 difficulty)
The patterns are slightly more involved than beginner patterns, but still easy and straight forward. They will include commonly used techniques, for example purl stitches, decreases and increases and will include abbreviations such as k = knit.
Bach Yarn, enough to complete the project in size selected
1 x PDF pattern (sent to email from online order)
1 x Printed Pattern (please message if you don't need the printed pattern)
Stitch Markers and Sewing Up Tapestry needle
1 x each of 2.75mm & 3.25mm Bamboo 80cm Circular needles (pattern recommends 2.5 mm & 3.0mm needle, however, we got stitch gauge after wet block with 2.75 & 3.25mm needle)
We try our best to make our photos as accurate as possible but every screen displays colour slightly differently, so we cannot guarantee complete accuracy. Hand-dyed yarns vary from one batch to the next so there will always be some variation between the photo and each individual skein.
Part of the hand dyed allure is each skein's individuality. This gives final objects depth and nuance. With this in mind we recommend alternating skeins (every other row in flat knitting and every row in circular knitting) on larger projects creating a more cohesive blend.