The perfect project for a first attempt at intarsia, Krems in a henley with stunning color changes. Because all of the color changes happen in a straight line, the knitting will be a breeze.
Corrections are in bold.
Krems, page 11
Dividing Row (RS): Using colors as established, k to 2nd marker, drop marker, k3 with color just being used, sl remaining 41(43-45-46-48-50) sts to holder for right side – 47(49-51-52-54-56) sts.
Left Side: Row 1 (WS): Using colors as established, k1, p to end.
Row 2: Knit, using colors as established. Work even, changing colors same as back, until piece measures 1(1-1¼-1¼-1½-1¾)” above Dividing Row, end on WS.
Buttonhole Row (RS): K to 5 sts from end, bind off 2 sts, k to end.
Next Row: K1, p2, cast on 2 sts, p to end. Work even, changing colors same as back until piece measures 2(2-2½-2½-3-3½)” above Dividing Row, end on WS. Make one more buttonhole. Work even until piece measures 13(13½-14½-15-16-17)” from beg, end on RS.
Shape Neck: Next Row (WS): Bind off 15(15-15-17-17-17) sts, p to end – 31(33-35-34-36-38) sts. Continuing to work with colors as established, bind off 3 sts at neck edge once, 2 sts once, then dec 1 st twice – 25(27-29-28-30-32) sts. Work even until piece measures 15(15½-16½-17-18-19)” from beg, end on WS. Bind off.
Right Front: With RS facing, sl 41(43-45-46-48-50) sts from holder to larger needle. Join D and cast on 6 sts, k to end using colors as established – 47(49-51-52-54-56) sts.