Tweedy Dan by Olivia Pelaez

Tweedy Dan

Knitting
February 2013
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 22 rows = 4 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
820 - 990 yards (750 - 905 m)
32 [36, 40]"
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Tweedy Dan is a tweed pullover featuring cables on the front and a rolled neckline. It is knit bottom, up in the round. Then, knit the front and back flat after separating for the sleeves. The sleeves are knit separately in the round with saddle shoulders that are seamed and set-in.

Directions are all written out. A chart is, also, included for the cabled patterns.

Sizes: 32 36, 40“/ 81.3 91.4, 101.6cm
Approx. 820 900, 990yd/ 750 823, 905m worsted weight wool or wool blend.

Sample shown with 1” positive ease.


The most recent version of this pattern is titled TweedyDan_v2. If you have a previous version, the errata for them is found below.

Version 1.
Updated 3/3/13: Errata:
After the ribbing is complete:
kfb every 6 (5, 5) st 12 (14, 16) times.
Pm after 6 (9, 12) sts work cables, pm, k 6 (9, 12), pm, k to end.
Begin side decreases on the next row.

On the diagram, the top shoulder length is 3 (3.75, 3.75).