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Brier Island is a small island in Nova Scotia at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy. Every year for 13 years our little family made the long journey by car and three ferries to reach this lovely, remote, unspoiled spot. It’s hard to explain why we love it so much - there’s not much there but sea and shore, whales and seals, lighthouses and fog. Summers are always cool (which was the initial attraction for us when we were trying to escape hot, humid Virginia in July and August!). While I was working on this sweater I was thinking that it would be perfect for evening walks down to the water to collect seaglass, watching the sun set at Western Light, or sitting at Northern Light looking for whales.
Knit from the top down using a variation of Barbara Walker’s simultaneous set-in sleeve method of seamless construction, this casual pullover features a front pocket, reverse stockinette panels on the sleeves and body, a double-layered reverse stockinette collar, and a split garter stitch hem.
Backwards loop cast-on
Short rows (for shaping shoulder slopes only)
Picking up stitches
Tacking down live stitches for collar
XXS – 30”; 975 yards
XS –33.25”; 1080 yards
S – 36”; 1170 yards
M1 – 38.75”; 1260 yards
M2 – 42”; 1365 yards
M3 – 45.25”; 1470 yards
L – 48”; 1560 yards
XL – 51.25”; 1665 yards
Sample shown is being worn with about half an inch of positive ease at the bust.
If you have any questions about this or any other of my sweater patterns using this method, I have a support thread in my group here.