Asymmetric cables inspired by the grape vines of my local winery grow up the right side and down the left sleeve. Fitted waist shaping and seamless set-in sleeves make this sweater as enjoyable to knit as it is to wear!
Sweater body is worked seamlessly from the hem up and the set-in sleeves are worked in the round from the shoulders down. Setup rows are provided so the cables grow into and out of the ribbing flawlessly for all sizes.
Note that the sleeves in this sweater are very fitted. Some knitters have found that fewer decreases, leaving a roomier sleeve, to be more comfortable.
Yardage: 961 (1049, 1150, 1302, 1461, 1574, 1727, 1864, 1975) yards
US5/3.75 mm OR size needed to obtain gauge
US4/3.5 mm OR one size smaller than needles for gauge
both sizes in dpns for sleeves and circular or straight needles for body
6 markers, 2 for sides and 4 for cable panels
seven 1”/2.5 cm buttons
tapestry needle for weaving in ends
all described in pattern:
Knit and Purl
ssk, k2tog, p2tog
RLI and LLI
cabling and following cable charts
closed-loop cable increases and decreases
picking up stitches
wrap and turn
I want to thank Joeli Caparco (joeli on Ravelry) for providing the technical editing.