Inuit Pullover by Robin Melanson
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Inuit Pullover

Aran / Worsted ?
18.5 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in reverse st. st.
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1071 - 1683 yards (979 - 1539 m)
This pattern is available from for $6.50.

Pattern Information

Quoted from the magazine “Robin Melanson lives in Canada and is interested in all things Northern –– from the Vikings to the Inuit. For this sweater, she thought of traditional Inuit clothing and how it might be interpreted in yarn rather than fur. The sweater has a shaped waist, set-in sleeves, and is bordered at hem and cuffs with a twist-stitch ribbing. The twisted ribs continue up the center edges of the front pieces and travel outward for a decorative panel. The center front edges are whipstitched closed with a faux suede cord. For an alternative that’s easy to get in and out of, whipstitch each edge separately and sew in a zipper. The belt was inspired by a 1970s sealskin and leather belt belonging to Robin’s mother. It’s worn knotted and tied at the side of the waist.”

Sizing Information Pattern is offered in 6 sizes, 33” (35.5”, 37”, 40”, 44”, 47.5”) bust.