Killarney Top-Down Pullover #103
There’s something Irish about this lovely pullover. Maybe it’s the shaping at the waist and sleeve cuffs that remind me just a bit of Irish step-dancing costumes. Maybe it’s the fiery color. Maybe it’s just that I’m Celtic at heart, and it takes little to make me think Irish or Scottish. Whatever it is, this is a wonderful sweater, nicely shaped at the waist, with a flattering square neck and feminine belled sleeves. Sláinte!
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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