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The Ruins of Dunstabrugh Castle - Man's Shawl Collar

Knitting Beautiful Classics
Knitting Today's Classics
Classic Elite #632, Evergreen
Knitting
January 1995
Classic Elite Evergreen Cashmere/Wool
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
25 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette and Reverse Stockinette stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1582 - 1808 yards (1447 - 1653 m)
Small, Medium, Large

From ‘Knitting Today’s Classics’: “The Aran pullovers are edged with trinity stitch and worked in a variety of cable stitches. For added versatility, there are two neckline variations – a ribbed shawl collar and a crew-neck with trinity stitch.”

The Man’s Shawl collar version is an unfitted, straight pullover, heavily patterned with 6 different cable designs and a trinity stitch body and cuff ribbing. The sleeves are simple dropped shoulder in design, using 3 of the cable patterns and increases are worked into a trinity stitch at the sides.

The pattern begins on page 99.

Also available in a Woman’s crewneck version

This pattern includes a Trinity Stitch vest.

SIZES: Small (Medium, Large).

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: 40 (44, 48)”/ 101.5 (112, 122) cm

YARN REQUIREMENTS: Classic Elite Evergreen Cashmere/Wool - 1582 (1582, 1808) yds / 1449 (1449, 1656) m / 7 (7, 8) hanks.
Equivalent yarn: light, worsted-weight wool – 1450 (1580, 1800) yds / 1325 ( 1445, 1646) m

ADDITIONAL GUAGE INFORMATION: Boxy cable is 2¼” / 5.5 cm, Enclosed cable is 2¼” / 5.5 cm, Open Braid cable is 2” / 5 cm, 4-st cable is ¾” / 2 cm, Open cable is 1” / 2.5 cm, Ribbed cable is 4 ¼” / 11 cm and Trinity stitch is 24sts to 4” / 10 cm.

NOTE: The cable patterns are written out – there are no charts. The shawl collar is worked in a P2, K2 ribbing by picking-up stitches from the neckline.