Excerpt from Bargello Knits
As the final design for the book, I wanted to end with a project that would be relatively fuss-free yet pack a big punch. Mountain Majesty, with its simple styling and bold color, is the result. There are no waste yarn segments or complex stitch charts. The front is identical to the back. And that lovely bargello chevron flashes an “M” when you enter or leave a room. As always, I knew I could count on Laura Bryant at Prism for the perfect yarn.
Sweater is constructed in four pieces (front, back, two sleeves) with raglan shaping and sewn together. No waste yarn selvedges are necessary.
Page 162, right column, top two lines should be swapped so they read:
Dec row (RS): K1, k2tog, knit to last 3 sts, ssk, k1.
Work 3 rows even.