This cozy pullover is ideal for super-chilly mid-winter days. It’s a beautifully warm sweater that begins with the largest needle and progresses through smaller needles to draw in at the waist. The sleeve stitches are provisionally cast on, then the fronts and back are worked separately while the sleeve caps and neck are shaped. For minimal fuss, the sleeves and shoulders are joined with a three-needle bind-off.
About 32 (35¼, 38¾, 42, 45½, 48¾, 52¼)” bust circumference
Outer by Spud and Chloë
65% superwash wool, 35% organic cotton;
100 gram hank = approx 60 yards
• #7203 carbon 10 (11, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15) hanks
Body and Sleeves—U.S. Sizes 15, 13 and 11 (10, 9 and 8 mm): 32” circular each.
Placket and Sleeve Edging—U.S. Size 11 (8 mm) dpns. Or sizes needed to obtain gauge.
markers; stitch holders or waste yarn; size L/11 (8 mm) crochet hook and waste yarn for provisional cast on; tapestry needle
12 sts and 16 rnds = 4” in garter cross rib patt on smallest needles, worked in rnds.
9½ sts and 14½ rnds = 4” in St st on smallest needles, worked in rnds.
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