Dunedin Sweater
Dunedin Sweater
Dunedin Sweater
Dunedin Sweater
Dunedin Sweater

Dunedin Sweater

Regular price $ 8.00

Few stitch patterns provide as much satisfaction as simple knit-and-purl combinations, especially when worked in a plump, round yarn like Stone Wool Corriedale. The contrast between purl bumps and flat Vs stands out nicely. This pullover started out as a kind of sampler, with same-size bands of the different stitch patterns, but it ended up using an elongated check pattern for the entire body and a smaller broken rib pattern in the yoke. One never knows where an idea will lead. If you love knit-and-purl patterns as much as I do, feel free to substitute your favorites for the ones in Dunedin. Just be sure your gauges marry nicely.

Finished Measurements
40½ (43¾, 48, 52¼, 56½) (60¾, 64, 68¼, 71¾)” [103 (111, 122, 132.5, 143.5) (154.5, 162.5, 173.5, 181.5) cm] chest circumference; shown in size 48” [122 cm] with 8 to 14” [20.5 to 35.5 cm] positive ease

Yarn

Stone Wool Corriedale
(100% Corriedale wool; approx 165 yds [150 m] / 113 g skein)
6 (6, 6, 7, 7) (8, 8, 9, 9) skeins Clover 02
Approx 840 (905, 965, 1025, 1100) (1200, 1280, 1360, 1425) yd [770 (830, 880, 935, 1005) (1100, 1170, 1245, 1305) m]

Needles
32” circular needle in size US 10.5 [6.5 mm]
Set dpns in size US 10.5 [6.5 mm]
16” circular needle in size US 10 [6 mm]

Notions
• Stitch marker
• Waste yarn for stitch holders
• Tapestry needle

Gauge 
14 sts and 20 rows/rnds = 4” [10 cm] in Stockinette stitch with larger needles
15 sts and 22 rnds = 4” [10 cm] in Elongated Check pattern with larger needles

Designer
Pam Allen

Format
Digital PDF will be delivered in a separate email after purchase.