Whiteowlcrochetco. Arbour Raglan Sweater PDF DIGITAL PRODUCT
Arbour is the perfect worsted-weight sweater; using worsted yarn allows the sweater to work up quickly while the lacework decreases the overall weight of the sweater. This raglan sweater is worked in the round from the top down. With smaller needles, the collar is worked in 1x1 rib, then folded and joined using decrease stitches. Then, with larger needles, short rows are worked in the lace pattern to raise the back of the collar up the neck. Once these are completed, the raglan of the sweater is worked, continuing with the lace pattern. When the sweater reaches the required depth, the sleeves will be split and armpit stitches will be cast on. The body and sleeves of the sweater will continue in the lace pattern, both finishing in a 1x1 ribbed hem using the smaller set of needles. A tubular bind-off is used in this pattern, but you may bind off traditionally as well. Make sure to keep track of your gauge throughout the pattern!
Includes instructions for how to add a project to Ravelry.
Tested by 30 other knitters (projects found on Ravelry, photos found in the associated blog post)
Tech Edited by Nicky Jensen of HandKnits and Hygge.
Method: Knit Skill Level: Intermediate Version: January 2023
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To determine your size, measure your chest around the widest point, then locate the closest value listed under “Suggested Bust” below. Approx. 5 ½” (14 cm) of positive ease are built in for a loose fit.
BLCO, Backwards Loop Cast On BOR, Beginning of Round CDD, Center Double Decrease (aka S2KP) cm, Centimeter K, Knit K2Tog, Knit 2 sts together m, Meter M, Marker P, Purl PM, Place Marker P2Tog, Purl 2 sts together Rem, Remain/Remaining RM, Remove Marker Rpt, Repeat RS, Right Side SKP, Slip 1 st knitwise, K next st, pass slipped st over (decrease) SL1PW, Slip 1 st purlwise SM, Slip Marker St(s), Stitch(es) WS, Wrong Side WYIB, With Yarn in Back WYIF, With Yarn in Front Yds, Yards YO, Yarn Over * , Repeat Sequence Within “, Inches