Newton’s textured cardigan, heavenly in Jo Sharp’s Silkroad Ultra, features horizontal cables knit side to side before the upper fronts and back are picked up from one edge of the cables and worked up. Stitches for the lower fronts and back are then picked up along the other cable edges and worked down. The sleeves are worked both up and down from either edge of the horizontal cables.
Ravelry: Traveling Jacket pattern by Cheryl Beckerich
Echo Lake pattern by Courtney Kelley
Echo Lake by Courtney Kelley from The Acadia Collection by Kelbourne Woolens
Cross Pockets pattern by Hinterm Stein
Ravelry: Cross Pockets pattern by von Hinterm Stein - knit top dow, minimal seaming
Revistas otoñales 2011 I: Interweave Knits Fall 2011
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Mohala pattern by Susan Mills
A classic raglan tee worked from the top down, beginning with the neckband worked sideways, Mohala is a blank slate for your customization. Add stripes of your choosing – allover or to the yoke, body or neckband only.
Mendon pattern by Lillian May
A simple tripled stranded pullover with gradated stripes created by changing one of the three strands at a time. The yoke and sleeves are worked in Stockinette and the body in Reverse Stockinette.
Angles pattern by Rene Dickey
Ravelry: Angles pattern by Rene Dickey
Simply Avalon Sweater by Cascade Yarns - Free on Ravelry and the Cascade Yarn website
Coburn Pullover pattern by Bristol Ivy
Coburn Pullover pattern by Bristol Ivy, Knitscene Featured Designer Spring 2015
Nyx Cardigan pattern by Hilary Smith Callis
The Yarniad: Patternum Novum: Nyx Cardigan
It’s no propagansey, they were the garments that truly were a fisherman’s friend. Stacia Briggs discovers more about the traditional knitted gansey.