By Heidi Kirrmaier for Wool People 3, this is a perfect layer to transition across the seasons—light yet lofty, woolly fabric in a flattering A-line pullover with cap sleeves. Lots of stockinette stitch in the round means it's a great take-along project, and just when you're ready for more, you shape the armholes and work the cap sleeves in as you go. Then, the mitered neck detail is picked up and finishes everything off. Brilliant!
(30, 32¾, 34½, 36½) (38½, 41, 44 ¼, 48)" finished (blocked) garment at bust. Intended ease: +1-2".
(725, 775, 825, 875) (950, 1000, 1100, 1200) yards of fingering-weight wool yarn or (3,3,3,4) (4,4,4,5) Brooklyn Tweed Loft (50g, 275 yds/251m). Shown in Color Woodsmoke.
US 3 (3.25mm) 24"/60cm and 32"/81cm circulars, or size to obtain gauge.
25 sts/37 rounds = 4"/10cm in stockinette stitch, after blocking with slight stretch.
25 sts/50 rounds = 4"/10cm in welt pattern, after blocking with slight stretch.
Errata for the original printing available at Brooklyn Tweed. Be sure to check here before beginning sleeve cap shaping.
8-page printed pattern (requires shipping)