This sweater is a great beginner colourwork project for someone who wants to expand their sweater knitting skills! You can use anywhere from 1 - 5 contrast colours for the colourwork portion of the sweater and this is a great way to use up some left over DK weight yarn from other projects or even some fingering weight held double.
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I have created THREE coupon codes so you can either purchase the pattern for full price, or with 20%, 40% or 60% discounts. I wanted to provide this pattern with a range of pricing options as I know not everyone can afford patterns at full cost. If you would like to support my channel and the work I am doing, and you have the means to do so then paying for this pattern at one of the higher price points is a great way to do that.
The listed price most accurately reflects the time and work that went into creating this pattern, however, if this is not financially accessible for you then please use one of the codes below.
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What You Will Need:
Yarn – 350-1000gm of DK weight yarn (211m/231yrds per 100gm) - Sample shown knit out of Lavender Lune Yarn Co in their DK (80/10/10% Superwash Merino / Cashmere / Nylon) in the Cecil’s Armchair (Main Colour - MC), and Feelin Leafy, Raw Honey & Acorn Dust (Contrast Colours - CC).
EXACT YARDAGE AMOUNTS SHOWN IN THE SIZING CHART IN THE LAST PHOTO ON THE LEFT
The sample pullover is modelled in the 44” size with about 4” of positive ease.
Needles – 3.5mm (US4), 4mm (US6) and 4.5mm (US7), 32 inch (80cm) or 40 inch (100m) circulars for body and longer cables (32 inch/80cm or longer) for magic loop on the sleeves or DPN’s in the two smaller needle sizes.
Gauge – 22 sts and 32 rounds in 4 inches / 10 cm, worked in stockinette stitch with 4mm (US6) needles, Colourwork Gauge is 22 sts and 24 rounds in 4 inches on 4.5mm (US7) needles.
- Stitch markers
- Beginning of Round Marker,
- Short Row Marker,
- Tapestry Needle,
- Scrap Yarn/Stitch Holders,
Please note that sizes 30 and 33 will only have three of the chevron repeats in the yoke of the sweater and the size 37 will have 4, all other sizes will have 5 as shown in the pattern photos. (please see the project photos from other knitters to see how the smaller sizes knit up) This is because the smaller sizes do not have enough space in the yoke for a full 5 repeats of the chart pattern.
SIZING AND YARDAGE AMOUNTS ARE SHOWN IN THE SIZING CHART & SCHEMATIC IN THE LAST 2 PHOTOS ON THE LEFT