Harrogate by Amy Herzog
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Harrogate

Knitting
January 2014
Aran (8 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
700 - 1449 yards (640 - 1325 m)
30¼ (32, 34¾, 36½, 38¼, 40, 42¾, 44½, 46¼, 48, 50¾, 54¼)"/77 (81.5, 88, 92.5, 97, 101.5, 108.5, 113, 117.5, 122, 128.5, 137.5) cm
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Technical editing by Alison Green. Model credit Jackie Pawlowski. Photo credit Amy Herzog.

Harrogate is a refined, comfortable pullover in a wool-lover’s wool. The classic cabled pullover is traditionally somewhat boxy and less-curvaceous; Harrogate updates the original with vertical waist shaping darts, hourglass cables, and a figure-skimming silhouette. It retains intricate-looking stitch patterns, strong vertical elements, and a lusciously woolly yarn.

Cables create an eye-catching vertical panel on the front, and the sleeves and back are simply trimmed in twisted 1x1 rib. The mock turtleneck neckline keep you warm on the chilliest of days. The combination of ribbing and simple cables gives a look that’s decidedly more complex than the actual knitting.

It is worked in pieces and then seamed, with set-in sleeves. The neckline is worked in the round after finishing.

Lorna’s Laces Masham is a sturdy, soft, wonderfully woolly wool with a subtly marled color texture. It works up into a beautiful springy and substantial fabric. Should you decide to substitute yarn, you will need approximately 700 (759, 827, 873, 943, 985, 1066, 1120, 1197, 1260, 1347, 1449) yds / 638 (692, 754, 796, 860, 898, 972, 1022, 1091, 1149, 1228, 1321) m.

As with all patterns, compare the schematic against your own measurements and make alterations as necessary. Thanks so much for your support!

Please note: Harrogate is a traditionally-written pattern in a single gauge, for multiple standard sizes. If you’d like to use CustomFit to create a custom version of Harrogate, please read all about CustomFit Mash-Ups here.(Note: Working a mash-up is not how I’d recommend you start using CustomFit.)