Fairhope is loosely structured with a fly-away front that falls open when worn. It’s worked more-or-less in one piece from the front to the back then seamed along the underarm and down the side seam. Let your climate dictate your fiber choice. I went with a lofty cotton yarn and wear it most often in the spring.
The pattern is written in 5 sizes with finished bust measurements of 35½ (39, 42¾, 46¼, 49¾)”. With 1″ – 2″ of ease, this sweater will fit a bust measurement between 32″ and 49″.
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