Wharton by Rohn Strong
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November 2013
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
12 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 10 - 6.0 mm
660 - 1100 yards (604 - 1006 m)
S-M (L-XL, 2X-3X)
This pattern is available for $8.00.

I love oversized, comfy, top down raglans. Something you can throw on and wrap up in

Wharton is the type of sweater I would love to wear. Oversized with a lot of A-Line shaping, worked seamlessly from the top down and just a pop of color at the bottom.

This raglan sweater is meant to be worn with lots of ease which is why only 3 sizes are give for a range of 34in. to 48in. Do keep in mind that the A-line shaping is subtle but enough to give the sweater a relaxed but not sloppy look. If between sizes, choose the next size up!

S-M (L-XL, 2X-3X)

Finished Measurements:

Bust: 43 (46, 49) in.
Width at Bottom: 51 (54, 57) in.
Length: 25 (26, 27) in.
Sleeve Length: 25 (26, 27) in.

Needles & Notions:
US 10 (6.0mm) 32 in. Circular Knitting Needles
Tapestry Needle, Stitch Markers

12 sts = 4in./10cm in St st.

350-500g of Worsted Weight Yarn

770 – 1100 yds.

Sample Shown in:
Harrisville Designs
Color – Barn Door (A), Nelson (B), and Cheshire (C), (100% Wool, 110yds per 50g skein)

K – Knit
RS – Right Side
WS – Wrong Side
PM – Place Marker
Row – Row
St(s) – Stitch(s)
YO – Yarn Over
CO – Cast On
BO – Bind Off