An over sized pullover that offers style and a roomy fit. Stockinette stitch makes up the body. The hems are constructed in ribbing. There is no decreasing and minimal increasing (sleeves only), making for a very easy knit. The neck is a straight bind off and the shoulder seams are stitched together, leaving an opening for your head. Use our videos and make knitting your sweater even easier. Start knitting today and you’ll be done in no time!
Stockinette Stitch- alternate knitting one row, purling one row
Ribbing- Knit 2 stitches, purl 2 stitches
Videos are provided at olioknits.com for basic techniques as well as steps specific to this pattern.
We used Madeline Tosh Vintage in Whiskey Barrel (Main Color) and Faded Parka (Contrast Color) 100% superwash merino wool 200 yards
Small 5 skeins of main color / 2 skeins contrast Medium 5 skeins of main color/ 2 skeins contrast, Large 6 skeins of main color/ 3 skeins of contrast.
Needles – #8 and # 9 needle Please remember that after knitting up your swatch, your needle size may change.
4 stitches = 4inches in stockinette stitch using a #9 needle
Size Small 4- 6, Medium 8-10, Large 12-16
Actual Bust 30-34 “ 34-38”, 40-44”
Length of sweater 21 “ 22” 24”
Finished width 32” 35” 38”
underarm to underarm
Hard Copy, Downloadable