Pattern description from Interweave Knits, Winter 2004: “This project has all the ingredients of a quick success story: soft chunky yarn in a colorful flecked tweed, a pair of big needles and rows of straightforward stockinette stitch worked without any armhole or neck shaping. Add a warm and comfy funnel neck, a rugged fringed edging and the fun of felting your assembled sweater, and in no time flat you’ll be slipping on a winter winner.”
Notions: Tapestry needle; removable stitch markers or safety pins; size N (10-mm) crochet hook for attaching fringe.
Note from Interweave Knits, Winter 2004: “Pieces are worked about 20 percent wider and 50 percent longer than desired after-felting measurements. Schematic shows measurements before and after felting.”