Errata: The garter stitch on Chart 2 should be reversed. Rnds 1 and 3 should be knit for the first 3 stitches, and round 2 should be purl.
Worked from the neck down, this simple pullover is a great first-sweater project for cable-lovers. Stitches are increased over a handful of rows spaced throughout the yoke, then they are divided for the sleeves and body. While the body has some basic waist shaping, the sleeves are worked straight to the cuff. Not only a quick-knit, this sweater is super warm.
About 30¾ (34¼, 37¼, 40½, 44, 46¾, 50¼)” bust circumference.
Yarn Over by Green Mountain Spinnery
predominantly wool with possible alpaca, mohair, or Tencel
100 gram hank = approx 155 yards
• red 6 (6, 7, 7, 8, 8, 9) hanks
U.S. Size 10 (6 mm): 16”, 24”, 32” circulars and dpns. Or sizes needed to obtain gauge.
marker; cable needle; stitch holder or waste yarn; tapestry needle
14 sts and 19 rnds = 4” in St st, worked in rnds.
18 sts and 24 rnds = 4” according to Cable Chart 5, worked in rnds.
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