Hand-To-Hand Aran Pullover WG14 SO20
Pattern description from Knitting Workshop: “The HAND-TO-HAND ARAN I ‘unvented’. It is pleasant to knit; you work on the cabled sleeves-cum-yoke when you are full of prance, and the plain body when you are at a meeting. Use ANY cables or patterns that please you. THE SLEEVES, of course, are worked on a 16 inch circular needle, but for the yoke you must divide and work back-and-forth; necessary to the design construction.”
Description from the photograph: “THE HAND-TO-HAND ARAN, in 3-ply oatmeal Sheepswool. Heavily textured sleeves and yoke knitted from cuff-to-cuff, and plain body.”
Sizes: 38 (40, 42)” chest
Materials: 8 (8, 9) 4oz skeins 3-ply Sheepswool. One 24” circular needle of a size to give you the above GAUGE, roughly #7-#10.
This pattern may be found on pages 127-128 of Knitting Workshop. Also in the appendix on page 159-161.
Available in Spun Out #20, from Schoolhouse Press. Originally published as Wool Gathering #14, in March 1976.
A garter stitch version is also included in WG/SO.