Chisel

Pattern Booklet: 
Skill Level: 
Intermediate
Project Type: 
Women’s Clothing
Designer: 
Norah Gaughan

Chisel pullover features a generous ribbed neckline with an all-over cable pattern resembling woven vines.

Pattern Corrections: 

Chisel, page 33 & 34

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With smaller straight needles, cast on 78(90-102-114-126- 138) sts. Ribbing: 1 (rs) – k2, * p2, k2, rep from * across. 2 – p2, * k2, p2, rep from * across. Rep these 2 rows until piece measures 3½” from beg, end on ws. Change to larger straight needles. Inc row (rs) - work 3(0-7-4-0-8) sts in ribbing as established, place marker, k to last 3(0-7-4-0-8) sts, increasing 41(45-47-51-53-57) sts across, place marker, work in ribbing as established to end – 119(135-149-165- 179-195) sts. Establish chart: Row 1 (ws) – work in ribbing as established to first marker, work row 1 of chart to next marker, work in ribbing as established to end.

 

sleeves

With smaller straight needles, cast on 54 sts. Work in ribbing same as back for 3½”, end on ws. Change to larger straight needles. Inc row (rs): work 0(0-3-7-0-3) sts in ribbing as established, place marker, k to last 0(0-3-7-0- 3) sts, increasing 37(37-43-51-59-65) sts, place marker, work in ribbing as established to end – 91(91-97-105- 113-119) sts. Establish chart: row 1 (ws) – work in ribbing as established to first marker, work row 1 of chart to last marker, work in ribbing as established to end.

—posted 2/6/09