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This lovely sweater pattern is made with lots of care and attention to small details. The unique top down construction will keep you engaged while the rib stitch will make the project fly by sooner than you’d like. Dainty cables adorn both the front and back neckline, as well as at the hem and cuffs. Drop shoulder sweaters are so cozy to wear - this particular one will be easy to dress up for a day or night out, and to cozy up on the couch in on a rainy day with your next knitting project. Worked from the top down, this sweater will give you the pleasure of trying on and getting excited about your new sweater-to-be. An absolute “closet staple” and a “wardrobe gap filler” that you will undoubtedly enjoy making and wearing.


SIZES: (1, 2, 3) 4, 5, 6.

Bust Circumference: (43.2, 51.2, 59.2) 67.2, 75.2, 83.2 in.

Sleeve (at mid upper arm): (12.8, 14.4, 16) 17.6, 19.2, 20.8 in (although ribbing is very stretchy!)

Sleeve (at cuff): (8, 9.6, 11.2) 11.2, 13, 13 in.

Suggested ease: 10-18 in (Sample shown in size 2 with 15 in. of ease).

Gauge: 20 sts x 26 rows in 3x1 rib, flat and in the round. 

Suggested needle size: US6 for main needle and US4 for neckband. 

Yarn: DK weight.

Yarn used in sample: Camellia Fiber Co. Som DK in color “New York”.

Yardage: (973, 1,148, 1,333) 1,513, 1,693, 1,873 yds


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