Mayu is an easy to wear pullover that is perhaps best described as a stylish poncho with sleeves. The tweediness of the Fine Donegal and the soft halo of the Silk Cloud combine to create a beautiful fabric that is both slightly rustic and decidedly sophisticated. Cozy and chic!
Left back of sweater is knit first, stitches for right half are picked up from cast on edge. Front is knit separately. After sewing up the
sweater, the turtleneck is added by picking up stitches around the neck opening.
Debbie Bliss Fine Donegal – 3 (5, 6) balls
Shibui Silk Cloud – 4 (6, 8) skeins
Approximately 1180 (1700, 2300) yds of each yarn
The two yarns are held together throughout.
Note: Pattern updated on March 30th, 2017 to adjust required yardages for the two larger sizes and to include schematic.
Note: Pattern was updated on January 17th, 2017 to indicate that body is knit with the larger needle size while neck is knit with smaller needles. Also, on the second to last decrease section for both parts of the back, “repeat once more” has been corrected to “repeat 2 times more”.