Mountain Range Sweater
I am rewriting this pattern and will re-release it soon.
This pattern is knitted top down seamless. The color work is half knitted in and half duplicate stitch. A rounded tip plastic yarn needle is important! I have used a pointed tapestry needle on this pattern and the foxes came out speckled even though I was carful, so invest in a plastic rounded yarn needle!
Bust: 36” (38”, 40”)
Bottom Ribbing: 46” (48”, 50”) when stretched
From Back Collar to Bottom: 24” (25”, 27”)
Sleeve: 29” Long, 10” (12”, 14”) Around
Long sleeve version is 17” (18”, 19”) from armpit to wrist
If you need a different size please don’t hesitate to ask!
1” square = 5.5 stitches x 7 rows
You can adjust the size of your sweater by the gauge. Example: A gauge that is 4 stitches to an inch will result in a larger sweater, A gauge that is 7 stitches to an inch will result in a smaller sweater.
Do not adjust the pattern to fit your gauge or the color work will be off! If you need a different size chart please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do my best to accommodate your needs. (I don’t mean to offend any confident knitters! If you know what you’re doing then adjust away!)
I used 2 skeins of the Mist color yarn and 3 skeins of the Purple. This yarn has a great earthy texture and slight heathering to it, which adds beauty to the finished piece, but I’m sure it would look nice in other fibers!
I have also knitted it in Rico DK which took 1 skein of the light color and 2 of the dark color. I love this fiber too! Please feel free to contact me with any questions