A beautiful lace pattern adorns the lower part of this jacket with overlapping fronts, while garter stitch rules on the top part. The stitch patterns are divided by a tuck and the jacket has identical hems. A deep elegant v-neck allows it to be worn loose creating waterfall fronts. Or you can close it with jewelry or a shawl pin for a more tailored look. The jacket is named Sarya; the night traveler hence knitted in the stunning Jagger Spun, Zephyr Lace, held double, because of its luster and drape.
Notes: The body of the jacket is knitted back and forth in pieces, while the sleeves are knitted in the round. Use a larger needle; 3.5 mm for the neck band if you want it to pull the fronts into a slight asymmetrical shape, as done on sample.
**Gauge: **25 sts and 36 rows in st st using double yarn (or a sport weight yarn) and 3.5 mm needles measures 10 cm square.