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This round yoke sweater is worked seamlessly from the top down. After the turtleneck is done, some short-rows are worked back and forth to create a higher back neck. Then the colorful rounded yoke is worked top down to sleeve separation, where some last short-rows finish the yoke shaping. Sleeve sts are placed on hold to work the body first down to the hem. Then sleeve sts are picked up again to work the sleeves in the round top down to the cuffs.
Tukuwool Fingering by Tukuwool (213 yards (195 m)/ 50g)
5 (6, 6, 7, 7, 8, 8) skeins in MC; shown in #06 ruura (light beige) 1 skein each in CC1 – CC4; shown in #H21 repo (CC1 = rust), #23 uupo (CC2 = yellow), #01 sake (CC3 = white), #28 taate (CC4 = light pink)
US 3 (3.25 mm) circular needle and DPNs (or longer circular needle) for turtleneck and ribbings. US 4 (3.5 mm) circular needle and DPNs (or longer circular needle) for body and sleeves.
22.5 sts x 32 rows = 4 x 4 in (10 x 10 cm) in Stockinette st on US 4 (3.5 mm) needle after blocking. Due to variance between knitters, colorwork should be swatched to determine whether to go up or down a needle size to keep gauge constant.
XS (S, M1, M2, L, XL, XXL)
Finished bust circumference:
33.5 (36.25, 38, 41.25, 43.75, 46.25, 50.5)”
84.5 (90.5, 94.25, 103, 109.25, 115.5, 126.25) cm
Shown here: Size S worn with 3” (7.5 cm) of positive ease at bust.
Stitch holders or waste yarn; stitch markers; tapestry needle; blocking tools.