PDF Knitting Pattern: Dream a Little Dream, lightweight women's pullover with texture detail
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Have you been dreaming of a lightweight pullover for indoor wear, changing seasons, or winter in temperate climates? Look no further than Dream a Little Dream. This stylish but still casual pullover is light as a feather and easy to knit. Mock cable rib at the hems and upper back adds texture and keeps the knitting interesting.
This sweater is constructed from the top down in the round and is completely seamless. The only finishing is picking up and knitting the neckband and buttonband placket.
SIZES: XS (S, M, L / 1X, 2X, 3X). Sample shown in size M, modeled with about an inch of negative ease.
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: Bust circumference: 30.5 (33.75, 37, 41.25 / 44.75, 49, 53.25)”, or 77.5 (85.5, 94, 105 / 113.5, 124.5, 135.5) cm
YARN: madelinetosh tosh merino light (100% merino; 420 yds/384 m per 100g skein): 3 (3, 3, 4 / 4, 4, 5) skeins in Worn Denim
If substituting yarn, you will need approximately 900 (1000, 1150, 1300 / 1450, 1600, 1750) yds, or 825 (925, 1050, 1175 / 1325, 1450, 1600) meters, of fingering or sport-weight yarn. NOTE: This sweater is designed to be knit at a loose gauge. A DK or worsted weight yarn won’t drape like the original, even if the gauge is right. Fingering or sport-weight yarn is recommended.
NEEDLES: US #6 [4.0 mm] circular needle, 28-40″ long (depending on size being worked); 1 set US #6 [4.0 mm] double-pointed needles (or preferred type of needles for working sleeves in the round); US #5 [3.75 mm] circular needle, 24 or 32″ long
NOTIONS: 4 stitch markers, waste yarn, yarn needle, 5 buttons (⅝“/16 mm in diameter)
GAUGE: 22 sts/32 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette stitch with larger needles
SKILLS NEEDED: Basic knitting and purling, basic increases and decreases, right twists, picking up stitches for neckband