. . . three easy pieces, #3 . . .

This is #3 of the three easy pieces, a simple pullover with a basic raglan sleeve inset knit at a loose gauge. Check it out here and here

For this one I used a fingering weight and a mohair lace weight together.

It starts in the same manner as both other patterns with a welted cast on. The turtle neck is added afterwards…

I also added a large 2/2 ribbing at the hem and knitted ‘balloon’ sleeves instead of the tapered sleeves…

It is worked top down and seamlessly in the round as are the tow other patterns from this bundle.
At any time you can switch between the three patterns. They all start in the same way and have the same stitch counts. Check #1 for a short sleeved or 3/4 tapered sleeved version in gradients or with some colorwork and A-line body. Go to #2 if you want to embellish your sweater with some steeked fents and sewn in petals (there is also a version if you don’t like to cut in your knitting).

The neck edge, hem and cuffs are started or finished with a welted cast one / bind off.

In this version a turtle neck, cuffs and hems in 2/2 ribbing are added. Choice between long tapered sleeves or balloon sleeves.

XS / S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL
finished measurements chest: 32 / 35 / 39 / 43 / 47 / 50 / 54 “ (81 / 88 / 99 / 109 / 119 / 128 / 137 cm)

What you’ll need
worsted weight, two fingering weights held together or a sport weight paired with a lace weight or mohair
total yardage for a long sleeved pullover with a turtle neck as pictured
± 820/900/1000/1100/1200/1320/1420 m (900/1000/1100/1200/1320/1420/1450 yards)
if you use yarn held double, you need to double the amount

5 mm (US 8) circular needle or size to obtain gauge
4 mm (US 6) circular needle
4.5 mm (US 7) circular needle
4 markers
tapestry needle

stockinette stitch blocked with the largest needle: 16.5 sts and 25 rows = 10 x 10 cm (4” x 4”)

Check it out here and here

So which one will it be ?

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