Port Isaac Raglan Pullover #195
The body and sleeves are knit in the round to the armholes, where you have two options for working the yoke. You may either work the front, back, and sleeves separately, then sew them together (which is my recommendation since it’s easier to work and the seams add stability to the piece), or you may join the pieces and work the yoke all at once to the neck edge. This is a more complicated way to work, since the sleeves and body sections have to be shaped at different intervals, so there are a number of separate instructions that you have to combine and work simultaneously.
The collar begins with a narrow band of ribbing on either front, which widens every few rows until all of the front stitches are worked in ribbing. To finish off the collar, stitches are worked in ribbing for a few inches across the top of the fronts, sleeves, and back, and the collar is shaped at the top edge using short rows, then bound off.
Skill Level: Experienced
Skills Used: Knitting in the round, increasing and decreasing, picking up stitches, Kitchener Stitch, German Short-Rows (explained in the pattern)
Sizes: XX-Small (X-Small, Small, Medium) (Large, 1X, 2X) (3X, 4X, 5X, 6X)
Finished Measurements: 26 (30, 34, 38) (42, 46, 50) (54, 58, 62, 66)" bust; intended to be worn with approximately 2-4" ease
Materials: DK weight wool blend: 1195 (1305, 1410, 1620) (1765, 1910, 2065) (2225, 2350, 2480, 2605) yards. Model knit in HiKoo Sueño (80% merino superwash, 20% viscose from bamboo; 100 grams / 255 yards): color #1108 Shifting Sands.
Needles and Notions: Size 4 (3.5 mm) circular needles, 16" and 29" long or longer and one set of double-pointed needles, OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE; stitch markers, including removeable markers, stitch holders or waste yarn
Gauge: In Stockinette stitch, 24 stitches and 34 rows = 4"/10 cm.