The Sunnyside Halter is an easy backless halter top that is perfect for hot summer days (and nights). It's designed by Roni Halloran, and is a great project for knitters who want to learn some basic lace stitches. It's designed with Erika Knight Studio Linen and BC Garn Tussah Tweed, with a strand of each held together for a lightweight fabric made of linen and silk.
This is a Row House Tutorial Design, which means that it integrates our knitting skills video to teach you how to make the long tail cast-on and basic lace stitches. It's great for newer knitters who are comfortable knitting and purling and are ready to move to the next level.
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14 3/4 (16, 17 1/4, 18 1/2)" wide at widest point, 20 3/4 (21 1/4, 21 3/4, 22 1/4)" long to top of halter, after casing is folded over and sewn
19 sts & 26 rows = 4" in stockinette st, using 1 strand of each yarn held together and larger needles. If you need to change sizes, then we recommend also changing the size of the smaller needles accordingly.
A DK weight linen and a fingering weight silk yarn. We used Erika Knight Studio Linen and BC Garn Tussah Tweed. Our model is in Erika Knight Studio Linen in Milk and BC Garn Tussah Tweed in F18 held together (Palette No. 1 of our Kits). If you are using different yarns, you will need 480m/524yds (480m/524yds, 600m/655yds, 600m/655yds) of DK weight yarn and 500m/546yds (500m/546yds, 750m/819yds, 750m/819yds) of fingering weight yarn.
Yarn amounts given are based on average requirements and are approximate.
Size 4.5 mm (US size 7) straight needles
Size 5 mm (US size 8) straight needles, or size necessary to get gauge