“Abya Yala” in the language of the Kuna (Indigenous people of Panama and Colombia) culture means mature land, living land or land that blooms.
Designed by Cecilia Losada, the boat neck Abya Yala Sweater has a bottom-up, modified drop shoulder construction, and is presented in 10 different sizes. It's knit in Urth Yarn's Harvest Worsted, naturally-dyed, 100% superwash wool.
Knit kit includes:
6 (7, 8, 9, 10, 11) skeins Harvest Worsted in 3 different colors (MC, CA, and CB)
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Needles: US size 6 & 7 [4 & 4.5mm] 32" or 40" [80cm or 100cm] circular
Gauge: 22 sts x 26 rows = 4" [10cm] in Stockinette in the round on US size 7 [4.5mm]
*To choose your size, measure the circumference of your chest at the bust. The designer recommends the sweater be worn with a positive ease of 6-8” [15-20cm], so add that to your chest measurement to determine your size. For example, if your chest measures 36", add 6-8" of ease to that to get 42-44", which corresponds to a size 3. You can then adjust up or down to accommodate for more or less ease, whichever you prefer. See images for size chart.