A semi-cropped turtleneck cardigan with raglan yoke, turned hems, and flared sleeves. The original sweater was knit with Classic Elite Skye Tweed, which has been discontinued. Any aran weight yarn with the same gauge should work just fine. (Please note that Skye Tweed blooms quite a bit after being washed, so the gauge this pattern calls for - 4 sts/inch - is heavier than the advertised Skye Tweed gauge of 4.5 sts/inch).
- Row 17: K1, m1R, k to 1 st before marker, sl1, sm, k to 4th marker, sm, sl1, k to 1 st before end of row, m1L, k1
- Page 3, 5th paragraph: Work in St st until length from turning ridge measures xx and end 2 sts before end of round (“sts” was previously missing)
Row 11 should read: CO 1 st using the Cable Cast-On method, pm, k 34 (38, 42, 46, 50, 54, 58, 62) sts, pm (this marks the right front), k 60 (68, 76, 84, 92, 100, 108, 116) st, pm (back), k to end, pm (left front), CO 1 st using Backward-Loop Cast-On
And rows 16 and 17 should read:
Row 16: P all sts
Row 17: K1, m1R, k to 1 st before marker, sl1, sm, k to 4th marker, sm, sl1, k to 2 sts before end of row, m1L, k1
FEBRUARY 11, 2012:
Raglan increase row should read “k to 3 sts before next marker” rather than “k to next marker”. Updated in version 5.