As soon as I touched the La Mia Merino for the first time I knew I had to design a garment that would be simple and easy to wear and combine, because I NEEDED to wear it everyday. That’s how I created the Love Pecan Top. Even if it’s worked with merino wool it’s perfect to be worn on Spring Days (as well as on Summer nights!).

Materials:

La Mia Merino, 100% wool 175m / 50 g, Color L137 (Brown).
You will need 743(820,900) meters / 812(896,984) yards of La Mia Merino for sizes 1(2,3).
Size 3.5 mm / 4 mm with 80 cm cable (or your desired lenght)
1 marker
Scissors
Waste yarn
Tapestry needle

The construction is a basic circular yoke, then you’ll separate for sleeves and then..the fun begins! An eyelet panel so easy to memorize and to knit that you can go on and on until you reach your desired length! I thought about a more cropped version, but you can make it as long as you want. Love Pecan is suitable for advanced beginners who can already knit a sweater but if you’re at your very beginnings you can give it a try too! I promise you won’t take this off once it’s ready. Moreover the color range of this La Mia Merino yarn is so amazing that I think you’ll knit it more than once!

Click HERE to download the ENGLISH PATTERN and HERE for the PATRON ESPANOL.

(19) Comments

Christine Liang
13 April 2019

Tks

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Debra
13 April 2019

Please check your yardage requirements . I believe them to be incorrect. No way can you get this top out of such a small amount of yarn.. GREAT PATTERN !!!

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Neslihan Catak
15 April 2019

Hello Debra; thank you for bringign this to our attention. We have updated our patterns. You will actually need 743(820,900) meters / 812(896,984) yards of La Mia Merino for sizes 1(2,3).

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Neslihan Catak
15 April 2019

Hello Helen, if you can send us your e-mail address; we cans end you the pattern. :)

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Carmen Peña Ramos
15 April 2019

Hola , como puedo conseguir el patrón en español ?? Gracias y un saludo

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Neslihan Catak
15 April 2019

Hola Carmen, Puedes encontrar el patrón debajo de la página. :)

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Sonia
16 April 2019

Thanks for the free beautiful pattern. I started working on it but the stitch counts are way off, please help. TIA

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Neslihan Catak
16 April 2019

Hello Sonia, can you please help us locate where the problem is? :)

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Neslihan Catak
16 April 2019

Hello Sonia, can you please help us locate the mistake on the pattern?

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Jane Hart
7 May 2019

Hi, what a lovely pattern, thank you. I have started knitting in the first size. I realise that I leave out row 60 of the yolk, as no more increases are needed for the smallest size, but do I knit rows 61 - 71?…or leave these out as well, and go straight to separating the sleeves. Your guidance would be much appreciated. Thanks again Jane

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Neslihan Catak
8 May 2019

Hello Jane, Thank you for your kind words. Yes, for the smallest size you don't have to knit those rows. But you can measure on yourself and decide on the length. All the best,

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Jane Hart
8 May 2019

Thank you so much 😊 x

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Sonia
14 May 2019

When I started my second set of increases I have to many stitches. Not sure what it’s going on I frog it twice. Thank you

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Ki
7 June 2019

Merci pour ce joli modèle, tout simple mais qui fait beaucoup d'effet! Bravo!

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Lisa
30 June 2019

Is the bust circumference listed the finished garment circumference or actual bust measurement? How much ease should I plan for?

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Neslihan Catak
1 July 2019

Hello Lisa, the bust circumference on the pattern is for the finished garment.

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Norma
16 July 2019

Hi Beautiful pattern. Would you please clarify needle size? You have 3.5 /4.0mm but in the pattern I don’t see which needle to start with, or when to change needles. Thanks Norma

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Neslihan Catak
16 July 2019

Hello Norma, It is 3,5 or 4 mm needles. Whichever that works for you for the tension/gauge. I hope this helps. :)

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