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Misty Morning Knit Sweater Pattern

Misty Morning Knit Sweater Pattern
Misty Morning Knit Sweater Pattern
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The Misty Morning Knit Sweater Pattern combines two very important cold weather items: a sweater and a cowl. This stylish sweater keeps you warm while also making you stand out against the gray of rainy days. This easy sweater pattern has a unique design, with a nice striped texture across the top of the sweater and its sleeves, plus a loose turtleneck acting as a cowl. Without a doubt, this knit sweater pattern is one you will want to make to up your style this year!

This pullover is worked in one piece from side to side beginning with sleeves.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge12 sts and 16 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stocking st.

Materials List

  • Patons® MistyTM (3.5 oz/100 g; 143 yds/131 m) Granite Dust (94004); XS/S, 7 balls; M, 7 balls; L, 7 balls; XL, 8 balls; 2/3 XL, 9 balls; 4/5 XL, 10 balls
  • Size U.S. 11 (8 mm) circular knitting needle 29” [73.5 cm] long or size needed to obtain gauge.
  •  1 stitch marker
  •  1 stitch holder

Instructions

To fit bust measurement 
Extra-Small/Small 30-32” [76-81.5 cm] 
Medium 34-36” [86.5-91.5 cm] 
Large 38-40” [96.5-101.5 cm] 
Extra-Large 42-46” [106.5-117 cm] 
2/3 Extra-Large 48-54” [122-137 cm] 
4/5 Extra-Large 56-62” [142-157.5 cm] 

Finished bust 
Extra-Small/Small 35” [89 cm] 
Medium 39” [99 cm] 
Large 44” [112 cm] 
Extra-Large 48” [122 cm] 
2/3 Extra-Large 57” [144.5 cm] 
4/5 Extra-Large 61” [155 cm]

Begin

Beg with Right Sleeve, cast on 54 (54-60- 60-66-66) sts. Do not join. Working back and forth across needle in rows, proceed as follows:

  1. 1st row: (RS). *K2. P2. Rep from * to last 2 (2-0-0-2-2) sts. K2 (2-0-0-2-2).

  2. 2nd row: *P2. K2. Rep from * to last 2 (2- 0-0-2-2) sts. P2 (2-0-0-2-2). 

  3. Rep last 2 rows of (K2. P2) ribbing until Sleeve measures 14” [35.5 cm], ending on a 2nd row.

Shape Sides

  1. 1st row: (RS). Cast on 38 (38-42-42-46-46) sts loosely. K37 (37-41- 41-45-45). P1. Rib across next 54 (54-60- 60-66-66) sts.

  2. 2nd row: Cast on 38 (38-42-42-46-46) sts loosely. P37 (37-41-41-45-45). K1. Rib across next 54 (54-60-60-66-66) sts. K1. P37 (37-41-41-45-45). 130 (130-144- 144-158-158) sts.

  3. 3rd row: K37 (37-41-41-45-45). P1. Rib across next 54 (54-60-60-66-66) sts. P1. K37 (37-41-41-45-45).

  4. Cont as established until work from cast on side edges measures 5 (6-7-8-10-11)” [12.5 (15-18-20.5-25.5-28) cm], ending on a WS row.

Divide for Neck

  1.  Next row: Pat across 65 (65-72-72-79-79) sts (neck edge).

  2. Turn. Slip rem sts onto st holder for Back.

  3. Next row: (WS). Work even in pat.

  4. Next row: Pat to last 3 sts. K2tog. K1.

  5. Next row: P3. Pat to end of row

  6. Rep last 2 rows twice more. 62 (62-69-69- 76-76) sts.

  7. Cont even in pat until neck opening measures 7½ (7½-8-8-8½-8½)” [19 (19- 20.5-20.5-21.5-21.5) cm], ending on a WS row.

  8. Next row: Pat to last 2 sts. M1P. K2.

  9. Next row: Work even in pat.

  10. Rep last 2 rows once more.

  11. Next row: Pat to last st. M1. K1. 65 (65- 72-72-79-79) sts.

  12. Next row: Work even in pat.

  13. Slip these sts onto a st holder. 

  14. With WS facing, join yarn to back sts on st holder.

  15. 1st row: (WS). Work even in pat.

  16. 2nd row: K1. ssk. Pat to end of row.

  17. 3rd row: Pat to last 3 sts. P3.

  18. Rep last 2 rows twice more. 62 (62-69-69- 76-76) sts.

  19. Cont even in pat until neck opening measures 7½ (7½-8-8-8½-8½)” [19 (19- 20.5-20.5-21.5-21.5) cm], ending on a WS row.

  20. Next row: K2. M1P. Pat to end of row.

  21. Next row: Work even in pat.

  22. Rep last 2 rows once more. 

  23. Next row: K1. M1. Pat to end of row. 65 (65-72-72-79-79) sts.

  24. Next row: Work even in pat.

Join Back and Front

  1.  Next row: (RS). Pat across 65 (65-72-72-79-79) Back sts. Pat across 65 (65-72-72-79-79) Front sts on st holder. 130 (130-144-144-158-158) sts.

  2. Cont even on these 130 (130-144-144- 158-158) sts until piece from neck divide measures 5 (6-7-8-10-11)” [12.5 (15-18- 20.5-25.5-28) cm], ending on a WS row.

Shape Left Sleeve

  1.  Next row: (RS). Cast off 38 (38-42-42-46-46) sts loosely. Pat to end of row.

  2. Next row: Cast off 38 (38-42-42-46-46) sts loosely. Rib to end of row.

  3. Cont even in rib on these 54 (54-60-60- 66-66) sts until Sleeve measures 14” [35.5 cm], ending on a WS row.

  4. Cast off loosely in pat.

Collar

  1.  Pick up and knit 76 (76-80-80-84- 84) sts evenly around neck edge. Join in rnd, placing marker on first st.

  2. Next rnd: *K2. P2. Rep from * around. Rep last rnd for (K2. P2) ribbing until Collar measures 10” [25.5 cm]. 

  3. Cast off loosely in pat. 

Abbreviations

k
knit
k2tog
knit next 2 stitches together
M1
Make 1 stitch by picking up horizontal loop lying before next stitch and knitting into back of loop
M1P
Make 1 stitch by picking up horizontal loop lying before next stitch and purling into back of loop
p
purl
pat
pattern
ssk
slip next 2 stitches knitwise one at a time. Pass them back onto left-hand needle, then knit through back loops together.
RS
right side
WS
wrong side
rnd(s)
round(s)

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