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Cotswold-Henley

Cotswold Henley

  Meghan Babin The designer set out to design a sweater that any guy would want—the result was the Cotswold Henley, a rugged-looking sweater with a bit of sophistication in the fit and in such details as the tubular cast-ons and bind-offs. Finished Size 36¼ (40, 42¾, 47½, 52¼)” chest circumference. Henley shown measures 42¾”,…

Agrotera-Pullover

Agrotera Pullover

  Amanda Bell If you weave in ends carefully, the Agrotera Pullover is completely reversible. This top-down sweater, knitted in one piece, features a simple lace pattern repeated around the circular yoke. Finished Size 35¼ (38¾, 43¼, 46¾, 49¼)” bust circumference. Pullover shown measures 35¼”, modeled with 1¼” of positive ease. Yarn The Fibre Company…

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Commonwealth Sweater

  Kiri FitGerald-Hillier Worked top down with raglan construction, the Commonwealth Sweater is striking in a purl texture pattern worked in high-twist merino. Finished Size 31 (32¼, 34¼, 36¼, 37¾, 39¾)” bust circumference. Pullover shown measures 31″, modeled with 3″ of negative ease. Yarn Plymouth Yarn DK Merino Superwash (100% fine merino superwash wool; 130…

Bath-Abbey-Hat

Bath Abbey Hat

  Faina Goberstein The Bath Abbey Hat features three different slip-stitch patterns in two colors, creating a depth of texture and pattern. Learn more about working slip-stitch colorwork with cables and shaping in this issue. Finished Size 20¼ (21, 22¼)” brim circumference and 9¾” tall. Hat shown measures 20¼”. Yarn Blue Sky Alpacas Extra (55%…

St-Helier-Pullove

St. Helier Pullover

Mary Anne Benedetto The St. Helier Pullover pays homage to traditional gansey styling, while adding something new with the illusion of a shirttail. The look is achieved by knitting the body from the bottom up, then picking up stitches from the back side of the hem and working down. The gansey eyelet motif in the…

Dee-Pullover

Dee Pullover

  Carol Feller “This pullover uses some of my favorite techniques: top-down construction, short-rows, and set-in sleeves,” says the designer of her Dee Pullover. The sweater begins with saddle shoulders, then the body is picked up on either side and worked down to create a split hem. The sleeves are worked from the top down using…

Gunnislake-Pullover

Gunnislake Pullover

Meghan Babin With handsome Henley styling and bold colorwork, the Gunnislake Pullover is knitted seamlessly from the top down, with set-in sleeves worked with the contiguous sleeve method. The neck opening is steeked and cut, then stitches are picked up for the placket. Finished Size 36¾ (40¾, 44¾, 48, 52¾)” chest circumference. Pullover shown measures…

Zigzag-Wanderer

Zigzag Wanderer

  Laura Grutzeck The Zigzag Wanderer is an oversized sweater designed for layering, so it can be worn through several seasons. The sweater is easy to knit, with minimal shaping, but the lace pattern keeps things interesting. Finished Size 36½ (39, 42, 46, 50½, 54½)” bust circumference. Pullover shown measures 39″, modeled with 5″ of…

Purple-Sage-Socks

Purple Sage Socks (Two Versions)

  Rosemary (Romi) Hill The Purple Sage Socks (both versions) incorporate a variation on the Twin Leaves pattern found in my book. For this one, I scaled down the leaves to make a perfectly sized panel for socks. There’s a plain version with ribbing between the leaf panel and also a version with lace ribbing.…

Squall-Line-Shawl

Squall Line Shawl

  Rosemary (Romi) Hill The Squall Line Shawl is a cuddly oversized shawl incorporating the Wind-and-Shore stitch pattern (from the book) as a knitted-on edging. On this one, I explored how a heavier-weight yarn changes the nature of a lace stitch. The center triangle uses a lace pattern worked on both the front and back…