Once again we are so proud to present this original pattern by Andrea Yetman for Biscotte Yarns
''This is THE Raglan pullover I’ve been dreaming of designing and adding to my knitwear collection! I designed this Raglan to be worn with very little to no positive ease with the intention of wearing under jumpsuits and overalls. I wanted a very basic style however couldn’t help but to add faux cables to the cuffs, hem and collar for that little personal touch. The faux cabled pattern is fun to knit and easily memorized. Knit with Biscotte’s Bis-Sock yarn this is the perfect pullover to take you through the changing seasons!'' - Andrea
- Main Fabric: 3.5mm (US#4)– Circulars needles of at least 22” (55cm) & DPN’s (or size needed to obtain gauge).
- Ribbing: 3.25mm (US#3)– Circulars needles of at least 22” (55cm) & DPN’s.
GAUGE | 25sts and 34 rows = 4 inches; 10 cm in Stockinette stitch
SIZES | XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL)
PATTERN NOTES: Little cables Raglan is knit seamless from top to bottom. After casting on you will work back and forth casting on additional stitches at the beginning and end of the needles on the right side rows as indicated to shape the neckline BEFORE joining to work in the round. To cast on the stitches at the beginning and end of the rows the Knitted Cast On method is recommended as it is nice and sturdy. The Raglan increases will be worked at the same time as you are casting on the additional stitches for the neckline shaping. While working back and forth, the Increase Row/Rnd is followed by a wrong side Regular Row where the stitches are purled. After joining to work in the round, the Increase Row/Rnd is followed by a Regular Round where all stitches are knit. I suggest reading through the Raglan Increases section before starting! Click HERE to see how the collar is designed or you can pick up stitches around the neckline in your preferred method.
I love this pattern. I am looking forward to stitching it. The instructions are very easy to understand. Thank you for making it available.
I love the neck, sleeve and hem "little cables." I have not made this pattern as yet, but would like to. The neckline is different and looks interesting to try. Thanks for a nice and free sweater pattern.
I will be knitting this lovely sweater using a yarn that I already have in my stash - Lana Grossa Cashmere 16. It has beautiful details and I know I will be wearing it 3 seasons.
Just started my project using the Biscotte yarn to make my daughter a stuffed bunny for Easter. The yarn is incredibly soft and easy to work with. Since the pattern is very complex, I am taking my time to complete it.
I love the look of it. I have it in my queue after I finish the baby sweater and Gansey I have as WIPs at the moment. I have some lovely cranberry yarn in a knitting bag with the pattern. Thank you again for this pattern.