A cropped top down raglan pullover with an eyelet motif incorporated into the raglan increases. This was designed to be the perfect sweater to wear layered over tunics and dresses, I like it with waisted pants as well. I suggest putting all the stitches on waste yarn and trying the sweater on before you begin the ribbing to be sure you have a length you will like and will enjoy wearing.
This is a very easy and very quick knit with worsted/light aran weight yarn worked at a relaxed open gauge.
We love this in Trendsetter Pure Love, but any of the worsted weight yarns can work. Just ask!
39 (43 ½, 48, 52 ½, 57)” around chest at underarm
22 (24, 25, 27, 28)” from right front cast on to right neck edge.
Shown in size 43 1/3, worn with 7” of positive ease.
Selecting the correct amount of ease is a very personal, please choose a size based on your own preferences, a range between 2 to 10” of ease is suggested for this garment.
If choosing to knit this with less ease for a more fitted look please review the measurements on the last page and consider adding more length to the body and plan your yarn purchasing accordingly.*
700 (800, 900, 1000, 1100) yards Aran weight yarn
US 10/6mm: circular 16” and 24” or longer for body and a set of 4 or 5 DPN for sleeves.
US 8/5mm: circular 16” and 24” or longer, and a set of 4 or 5 DPN for sleeve cuffs.
US 5/3.75mm circular or straight for tubular cast on (optional)
4 stitch markers, tapestry needle, 6 20mm buttons.
14 stitches x 20 rows = 4” in Stockinette stitch on larger needles
Adjust needle size to obtain gauge