Northern Lights Sweater by Joan Rowe

Northern Lights Sweater

Knitting
January 2018
Sport (12 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches
in unblocked stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1100 - 1600 yards (1006 - 1463 m)
(33-35”, 84-89 cm), (36-38”, 91-96 cm), (39-41”, 99-104 cm)
Flag of English English
This pattern is available for $6.50 USD buy it now

This comfortable sweater in 3 sizes features an intarsia trees front and back panel, long sleeves with raglan armholes and a crew neck. It is knitted in separate pieces and sewn together at the end.

It is essential to obtain row and stitch gauge as the raglan armhole is difficult to modify on the fly.The length to the armhole and the length of the sleeves are easily adjustable but the depth of the armhole and width of the sweater are fixed by the raglan instructions.

Use any sport weight yarn. The sample (size S) is knitted with Ice Yarns Primadonna and used 1100 yds.

Body length and sleeve length are adjustable for all sizes.
Size S (33-35”, 84-89 cm)
Diameter: 37” (94cm)
Armhole length: 8 ½” (21.6cm)
Neck width 8 ½” (21.6cm)
Front Neck Depth: 3” (7.6cm)

Size M (36-38”, 91-96cm)
Diameter: 40” (101.5cm)
Armhole length: 8 ½” (21.6cm)
Neck width 8 ½” (21.6cm)
Front Neck Depth: 3” (7.6cm)

Size L (39-41”, 99-104cm)
Diameter: 43” (109cm)
Armhole length: 9” (23cm)
Neck width 9” (23cm)
Front Neck Depth: 3” (7.6cm)

An intermediate knitter should be fine with this pattern.