McClave is a classic raglan pullover, knitted from the top down. It’s truly a timeless piece, a sweater you almost always feel like wearing. You’ll rarely find it folded and put away. Instead, it lives draped over a chair back or tossed on top of the dresser. Worked in softest Stone Wool Delaine Merino, it feels great next to your skin. We love the peppy stripes designer Ann Budd added to the yoke. And Delaine Merino’s many colors give you lots of color options—spritely crisp, or soft and subtle.
Yarn Stone Wool American Delaine Merino 190 yds [173 meters]/50 g 4 (5, 6, 7) (8, 9, 10, 11) skeins Heron (charcoal; MC) One skein (all sizes) Goldenrod (gold; A) One skein (all sizes) Alder (aqua; B) One skein (all sizes) Hawthorne (rust; C)
Needles One 24” [60 cm] circular needle (circ) in size US 6 [4 mm] One 16” [40 cm] circ in size US 6 [4 mm] One set of four double-pointed needles (dpns) in US size 6 [4 mm]
Notions Stitch markers Stitch holders or waste yarn Tapestry needle
Gauge 22½ sts x 35 rows/rnds = 4” [10 cm] in stockinette stitch, after blocking.
Designer Ann Budd
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