CambITO Sweater by Katrin Schneider
The oversized boxy pullover is started by knitting the back from top down to the base of the armhole. The shoulder part is shaped using short rows. Then, both fronts are knitted separately from the top down to the base of the neckline, working increases for the v-neck at the same time. After joining both fronts and working them down to the base of the armhole, back and fronts are then joined for working in the round straight to the hem.
For the neck finishing, stitches are picked up along the neck, and a neck band is worked. For the sleeves, stitches are picked up around the armhole and the sleeves are worked from top down to ribbed cuffs.
Options: You can knit the sweater in ITO Sensai held double or in ITO Sensai held together with ITO Kinu. For color information visit Katrin's ravelry page.
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Finished chest measurements: 54.75 (58.75, 66.5, 70.5)“ / 139 (149, 169, 179) cm - with approx. 32” / 81 cm positive ease
Option in ITO Sensai held double: 10-16 (10-17, 11-17, 12-19) x ITO Sensai (60 % Mohair, 40 % Silk)
Option in ITO Sensai held together with ITO Kinu:
5-6 (5-7, 6-8, 6-8) x ITO Sensai (60 % mohair, 40 % silk)
3-5 (3-5, 4-5, 4-5) x ITO Kinu (100 % silk)
Needles & Notions
ITO No. 2 号 (2,7 mm) & No. 3 号 (3,0 mm) circular needle
ITO Stitch Markers, Stitch Holders & Darning Needle
22 sts x 32 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4“ in stockinette stitch on larger needles after blocking