PATTERN: The Ottershaw Sweater

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This crochet pattern is a wonderful, simple cable design for a pullover sweater. It features three cables down the center of the sweater, and one down each sleeve. A practical, and simple sweater that works on both men and women. So named for the place where Peter grew up, since he was the first one I made this sweater for. This pattern features a full photo tutorial with size options for S [M, L, XL]
 
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
 
Materials:
Yarn: For the pattern pictured I used Sheepaca Yarn in Shacklewell Grey from Wool and the Gang.
**If you want your cables to really show up I would actually use a solid color yarn instead of a speckled one. I used 7 skeins for a medium
 
Weight category: DK, or light worsted (14 wpi)
**This pattern also works with worsted weight yarn
 
Length: 1,530 – 2,040 yards , or 1,398 - 1,900 meters  
Hook: I used 5.5 mm or I-9 hook, though 4.5 or 5 mm will also look good – just keep to measurements! (I would advise against going bigger with this weight yarn)

Gauge: 3 hdc = 1in
 
Measurements/ Gauge:
“Model” is 6’ 4” and wearing a size medium

Small:
Chest/waist width – 18 in /46cm
Arm to shoulder 26in/ 66cm
Length: shoulder to waist – 26 in/67cm

Medium:
Chest/Waist width – 20 in/51 cm
Arm to shoulder – 27 in/68.5cm
Length – shoulder to waist – 26 in/67 cm

Large:
Chest/Waist width – 22 in /56cm
Arm to shoulder 27in/ 68.5 cm
Length: shoulder to waist – 28 in/71cm

Extra Large
Chest/Waist width – 24 in /61cm
Arm to shoulder 27in/ 68.5cm
Length: shoulder to waist – 28 in/71cm



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Great pattern. If you have experience with crochet cables, you will find this one quite easy. Worked up quickly and turned out quite nice.
Sep 5, 2017 by Dee

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