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Cabled Forest Sweater
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The Cabled Forest Sweater is the essential knit sweater pattern for him.This intermediate knitting pattern may take a little more time, but the result is well worth it. Featuring a classic, dark green color in a timeless cable design, the Cabled Forest Sweater is an attractive and slimming garment your husband, boyfriend, brother, father, or best bud is sure to love.
Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm, 7 or 4.5 mm
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
- RED HEART® “Soft Yarn”: 1 ball 9522 Leaf A and 9 (10, 11 11) balls 9523 Dark Leaf B
- Knitting Needles: 3.75 mm [US 5] and 4.5 mm [US 7]
- Cable needle
- yarn needle
GAUGE: 27 sts = 4”; 24 rows = 4” in Cable Pattern with larger needles.
CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needles to obtain the gauge.
K1 p1 Rib Pattern (multiple of 2 sts)
Row 1 (right side): * K1, p1; repeat from *
Repeat Row 1 for K1, p1 rib.
Directions are for size Small; changes for sizes Medium, Large and XLarge are in parentheses
Finished Bust: 43½ (48, 53, 57½)”
Length: 25 (25½, 26, 27)”
With smaller needles and A, cast on 146 (162, 178, 194) sts.
Change to B, and work in K1 p1 rib until piece measures 2½” from beginning, ending with a wrong side row.
Change to larger needles, begin Cable Pattern, and work even until piece measures 14½ (14½, 14½, 15)” from beginning, ending with a wrong side row.
Bind off 16 (24, 32, 32) sts at beginning of next two rows–114 (114, 114, 130) sts.
Work even until piece measures 24 (24½, 25, 26)” from beginning, ending with a wrong side row.
Bind off 10 (10, 10, 12) sts at beginning of next four rows.
Bind off 10 (10, 10, 14) sts at beginning of next two rows.
Bind off remaining 54 sts for back of neck.
Work same as for Back until piece measures 22 (22½, 23, 24)” from beginning, ending with a wrong side row.
Next Row (right side): Work across first 46 (46, 46, 54) sts; join a second ball of yarn and bind off center 22 sts, continue pattern as established to end row.
Working both sides at once with separate balls of yarn, bind off 4 sts each neck edge twice, then bind off 2 sts each neck edge twice—34 (34, 34, 42) sts each side.
Dec 1 st each neck edge every row four times—30 (30, 30, 38) sts each side.
Work even until piece measures same as Back to shoulders, ending with a wrong side row.
Same as for Back.
Sleeves (make 2)
With smaller needles and A, cast on 66 sts. Change to B, and work in K1 p1 rib until piece measures 2½” from beginning, ending with a wrong side row.
Change to larger needles, begin Cable Pattern, and inc 1 st each side every other row 8 (17, 24, 32) times, then every fourth row 23 (18, 14, 9) times—128 (136, 142, 148) sts.
Work even until piece measures 24 (24½, 25½, 25)” from beginning, ending with a wrong side row. Bind off.
Sew left shoulder seam.
With right side facing, smaller needles, and B, pick up and knit 96 sts around neckline. Work K1 p1 rib until band measures 1”. Change to A, work one more row in rib, then bind off loosely in rib.
Sew right shoulder seam, including side of neckband.
Set in sleeves. Sew sleeve and side seams.
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Jan 13, 2017
I think this is a really nice sweater, but in reading through the pattern, I can't see how to continue the cable pattern over the increased stitches, especially for the arms. The picture doesn't show it, so maybe some of the stitches are in plain stockinette? Or maybe I am missing something.
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