Cara Cara Pullover by Amanda Bell
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Cara Cara Pullover

Knitting
April 2012
DK (11 wpi) ?
21 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1200 - 1650 yards (1097 - 1509 m)
29.25 (32.5, 35.5, 39.25, 43, 46.75)"/ 74.5 (82.5, 90, 99.5, 109, 118.5)cm
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Sizes 29.25 (32.5, 35.5, 39.25, 43, 46.75)“/ 74.5 (82.5, 90, 99.5, 109, 118.5)cm bust circumference - sample is shown in the 35.5”/90cm size, and is worn with 1” positive ease at bust
Yarn Blue Sky Alpacas Skinny Cotton - 100% cotton; 150yd/137m per skein; colorway 312 Pear: 8 (8, 9, 9, 10, 11) skeins
Gauge 21 sts and 30 rnds = 4” in St st
Tools
• US 5/3.75mm: 16”/40cm, 24”/60cm and 32”/80cm (optional) circular needles, US 5/3.75mm DPNs (optional) or size needed to obtain gauge
• Markers (m)
• Waste yarn
• Darning needle

Notes This sweatshirt-style pullover gets its casual, multi-seasonal appeal from a super-soft 100% organic cotton yarn - Skinny Cotton from Blue Sky Alpacas. Keep in mind that substituting woolier yarns will change the drape and feel of the finished product.

The sweater is worked top-down with raglan sleeve shaping. The upper yoke is worked flat until the neckline shaping is complete, then it’s joined to work in the round. A kangaroo pocket is knit separately and sewn on; the cowl is picked up and knit in the round directly from the neck opening. Instructions are included for both the original “mini-cowl” (pictured in the original magazine sample), and the fuller cowl as pictured here. Also pictured here is the optional i-cord bind off edging, which adds a bit of polish to the neckline.