Glasgow Top-Down Pullover #105
It doesn’t get more basic than this men’s crew-neck pullover. It’s super comfortable and easy to wear – no muss, no fuss, the way guys like it. I’ve named this sweater “Glasgow”, which is from the gaelic, and means “green hollow”. I’m a big fan of Scotland and all things celtic and am planning a trip to Scotland in the next month, so it’s been on my mind. This sweater would look great worn over a kilt (be still my heart!).
This is a top-down, set-in sleeve pattern, with short-row shaping to shape the sleeve cap (instructions on how to work short rows are included). There are also tips on how to customize your fit.
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