Hello! I have another pattern available on Knitpicks! This was an older pattern that I had designed about a year ago for my older daughter Abigail. The design was essentially inspired by the desire to have a cable travel all the way up a sleeve across the neckline and down the other side. For this to happen a different sort of construction was needed; knit in three parts with a lower band of knitting around the waist, and two sleeves which contained short rows on the shoulders, a split at the neckline, and a graft at the back. This sweater design is reminiscent of the wind rivulets blown into the snow of the Canadian tundra and pays homage to the mighty polar bear who roams the northern reaches of the frozen plains.
2T [3T, 4T] (shown in size 4T)
Chest Circumference:25.5[26.5,27.5] inches
Neck to Bottom Edge:11.5[12.5,13.5] inches
Knitpicks Swish Worsted [100% superwash merino wool; 110 yd/50g]; color White 6 [6, 6,] skeins
1 set US 8/5mm straight needles OR 1 US 8/5mm, 24 inch circular needle
1 cable needle, Tapestry needle, 4 buttons
GAUGE Gauge 18 sts and 24 rows to 4 inch square, adjust needle size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Pattern Cost $3.99
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