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Succotash pullover

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This simple top-down raglan sweater features a funnel neck, A-line shaping, and reverse stockinette sleeves. Best worn with 1 to 3 inches of positive ease (shown with 3 inches of ease). Written to use up leftovers, this can also be knit in 1 color, in just 2 colors, or in as many colors as you like. Shown with 1-row stripes to create an ombré effect but you can do stripes with more rows as well. There are 2 pdfs for this pattern, one for sizes XXS though L and one for sizes XL through XXXL.

19 stitches and 25 rows = 4 inches in blocked stockinette

Skills required
Long-tail cast-on
Backwards-loop cast-on
Picking up stitches

Sizes and approximate yardage
XXS/32”/890 yards
XS/33.7”/940 yards
S/36.2”/1005 yards
M1/39.6”/1100 yards
M2/42.1”/1170 yards
M3/45.5”/1265 yards
L/48”/1335 yards
XL/52.2”/1520 yards
XXL/56.4”/1640 yards
XXXL/60.6”/1760 yards
You may need more yardage if you are trying to match up stripes on body and sleeves.

Worsted-weight yarn (see quantities above)
US7/4.5mm circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge in a comfortable length for working the body of your sweater. You will also need needles for your preferred method of working small circumferences for the neck and sleeves
A scale is helpful if you are trying to match striping on body and sleeves
Larger needles for binding off
Stitch markers
Measuring tape
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

sample was knit in various colors of Cascade 220 and Knit Picks Simply Wool (colorways unknown)
You will get the following files:
  • PDF (904KB)
  • PDF (898KB)

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