The Mountains Are Calling Sweater by Rachel Boulahanis

The Mountains Are Calling Sweater

Knitting
September 2019
Sport (12 wpi) ?
27 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette in the round
US 3 - 3.25 mm
1476 - 1914 yards (1350 - 1750 m)
chest circumference: 31" (35.5, 41.5, 44.5) / (47.5, 51.75) / 79 cm (90.25, 105.25, 113) / (120.5, 131.75)
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This sweater is my soft getaway. It is warm and cozy, great for cold weather days of exploring, or staying warm inside. It is knit entirely in once piece, from top-down. The simple colorwork makes for fun experimenting with color combinations. Most of the colorwork is only two colors at a time, with the exception being the mountains. Make sure to read through the pattern before knitting, and I also suggest highlighting your size in each number set, as well as highlighting any spots you may miss or need to focus your attention to while knitting.

This pattern includes a full written pattern, all charts needed, a full size chart, and links at the end for tips. There is also a separate pdf of a coloring page you can use to decide what colors you want to use.

Sizes are at chest circumference: 31” (35.5, 41.5, 44.5) / (47.5, 51.75) / 79 cm (90.25, 105.25, 113) / (120.5, 131.75).

MC: 850-1200 yds
CC1: 200-300 yds
CC2: 40-70 yds
CC3: 50-150 yds
CC4: 100-200

The yarn I used is labeled as “DK”, but is really closer to sport weight. A true DK yarn can also be used, it will just make the sweater slightly thicker.

Shown is size 35.5”. It is intended to be worn with a 4-6” ease.

This pattern has been tested and tech edited.