Cobble Hill Pullover

Cobble Hill Pullover
Erica Patberg
Finished Size 32 (36, 42, 47, 52, 53 1⁄2)" hip circumference. Sweater shown measures 32", modeled with 4" of positive ease throughout torso and 2" of negative ease at hips.
Yarn Cascade Yarns Baby Alpaca Chunky (100% baby alpaca; 108 yd [99 m]/3 1⁄2 oz [100 g]): #580 rust, 8 (9, 11, 12, 14, 16) skeins.
Needles Size 10 (6 mm): 24" circular (cir). Size 8 (5 mm): 24" cir and set of double-pointed (dpn). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions Marker (m); stitch holders; tapestry needle; waste yarn for provisional CO.
Gauge 14 sts and 19 rows = 4" in St st on larger needle; 28 sts and 20 rnds = 4" in k1, p1 rib on smaller needle.

Make the most of your knitting with a cardigan that can be worn four different ways. Featuring both a wide v-neck and a slouchy shawl collar, this pullover can be worn with either end facing up. With careful seaming, it's even reversible!

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  1. I have just finished the decrease portion for the left and right shoulder . My guage is spot on for both the stitches per inch and the row count, I also have the proper amount of stitches left on my needles after the center decreases.  The pattern says that my piece should now measure 14 1/2 inches for my size (36), but my garment only measures 11 inches measured along the decrese line at the center front as directed in the pattern.  What is wrong?  HELP!

  2. I have just finished the decrease portion for the left and right shoulder . My guage is spot on for both the stitches per inch and the row count, I also have the proper amount of stitches left on my needles after the center decreases.  The pattern says that my piece should now measure 14 1/2 inches for my size (36), but my garment only measures 11 inches measured along the decrese line at the center front as directed in the pattern.  What is wrong?  HELP!

  3. I have just finished the decrease portion for the left and right shoulder . My guage is spot on for both the stitches per inch and the row count, I also have the proper amount of stitches left on my needles after the center decreases.  The pattern says that my piece should now measure 14 1/2 inches for my size (36), but my garment only measures 11 inches measured along the decrese line at the center front as directed in the pattern.  What is wrong?  HELP!

  4. I have just finished the decrease portion for the left and right shoulder . My guage is spot on for both the stitches per inch and the row count, I also have the proper amount of stitches left on my needles after the center decreases.  The pattern says that my piece should now measure 14 1/2 inches for my size (36), but my garment only measures 11 inches measured along the decrese line at the center front as directed in the pattern.  What is wrong?  HELP!

  5. I have just finished the decrease portion for the left and right shoulder . My guage is spot on for both the stitches per inch and the row count, I also have the proper amount of stitches left on my needles after the center decreases.  The pattern says that my piece should now measure 14 1/2 inches for my size (36), but my garment only measures 11 inches measured along the decrese line at the center front as directed in the pattern.  What is wrong?  HELP!

  6. My gauge is correct too and I had 16.5 inches!  Oh well.  I also find 4″ to be way to small for the arm holes and I made them 6 inches and picked up about 52 stitches for the cuff.  I’m also a little concerned about the “bubble” created on the back by starting the decreases so far below the collar edge.  I’d like to find errata for this pattern if it exists . . .

  7. Working on this now. Have just begun back. Something isn’t right.

    After you pick up the stitiches along both shoulders and begin doing short rows, I think I’m doing something wrong. I cast on 39 stitches for the neck, there are a total of 149 live stitches but I am only knitting back and forth over the 39 I cast on, adding one stitch with each row from the sides of the shoulders.
    Help?

  8. I have the same problem as Dylan and others. After reading all the comments on ravelry about how easy the sweater I’d, I fell kind of stupid. I finished the whole back, but then couldn’t see what to seam together for the side seams. After studying many photos, it looks like my back is upside down. I thought I followed the directions so I have no idea what to do even if I rip it all out.

    Help!

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