319 Classic Yoke Sweater
"A simple sweater worked on a yoke with two strands of yarn together," says Sharp. But there's more thought and detail to this fine design than you'd think for on first glance. The body is worked in the round to the beginning of (yes) raglan sleeve shaping, where you work flat for a short while on the front and back separately. Knit the sleeves flat and begin raglan shaping on them too. Finally you unite all the live stitches of front and back and sleeves together and finish the yoke with regular decreases in the round; cast off; then pick up again in the round to finish the collar (this two-step process means the collar sits properly without shapeless slumping). It's a quick knit, but all the attention to detail gives it an unusually noble quality.
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- no charts
- schematics included
- sewing required
- bottom-up / toe-up, partly circular
- 3 sizes, finished 33.5" - 41.25"; see data page
- digital PDF has 4 pages (a4 size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 9.0 mm
- US 13
- 11.0 st st
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