Lodgepole Pullover by Sara Gresbach

Lodgepole Pullover

Knitting
November 2015
Sport (12 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 15 rows = 2 inches
in stockinette in the round
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
320 - 1250 yards (293 - 1143 m)
12 months (2, 4, 6)(8, 10-12) years
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A timelessly classic tree motif makes a fresh statement on this simple child’s pullover, perfect for boys and girls of all ages.

Worked in the round, from the bottom-up with an addicting color work motif, this little sweater works up nice and quick. The seamless short-row set in sleeve make for a nice tailored fit. This pullover will be loved and cherished by your little one, who will love to choose his or her colors for their very own β€œtree sweater!”

This is the 3rd pattern in the Shades of Winter collection, published as an e-book in collaboration with Luna Grey Fiber Arts.

Sizes:
12 mos (2, 4, 6)(8,10-12) years
Finished Chest Circumference:
19.5 (24, 26, 29.5)(31, 32.75)” 50 (60, 65, 74)(78, 82) cm Intended to fit with 1.5 (3, 3, 4.5)(4.5, 4.75-2.75)”
4 (7, 7, 11)(11, 11-6) cm of positive ease at chest.

Materials:
Luna Grey Fiber Arts Aspen Sport 100% superwash merino; 274 yards (251 meters) per 100 grams (3.5 ounces)
-274 (450, 570, 735)(885, 1075) yards 251 (411, 521, 672)(809, 982) m of main color, shown in Marine.
-45 (60, 75, 90)(125, 175) yards 41 (55, 69, 82)(114, 160) m of contrast color, shown in Mushroom.
US #6 4 mm needles (or size needed to obtain gauge)
-20-32” 50-80 cm circular for working body of sweater (depending on sweater size)
-double pointed needles or long circulars for working sleeves

US #4 3.5 mm needles (or 2 sizes smaller than gauge needles)
-20-32” 50-80 cm circular for working ribbing on body
-double pointed needles or long circulars for working sleeve ribbing and collar

2 stitch markers (1 should be distinguishable for EOR);
plus 5 (6, 7, 7)(8, 8) optional to mark pattern repeats
2 locking stitch markers for working sleeve caps