Rebecca Easy to Knit women's Pullover

This is a basic pullover that is framed by ribbing at the bottom and at the neck. Stockinette stitch makes up the body. The sleeves also have ribbing at the hem. There is no increasing or decreasing, making for a very easy knit. The neck is a straight bind off and the shoulder seams are stitched together, leaving an opening for your head. There are illustrated photos over 8 pages. Detailed videos on our website make knitting your sweater even easier.

The pattern uses an aran wool that gets 3.5 stitches to the inch. Use this pattern to knit sizes XSmall through XLarge.


*Illustrated Knitting Pattern * Videos available on our website *US Imperial Measurement *Sizes XSmall- XLarge *Suitable for Beginners

Materials you need at home:

We used Classic Elite’s Chalet or Chateau (70% baby alpaca, 30% bamboo 98 yards/50 grams) X Small 9 skeins OR 882 yards, Small 10 skeins OR 980 yards, Medium 11 skeins OR 1078 yards, Large 12 skeins OR 1176 yards, X Large 13 skeins OR 1274 yards

Supplies Needed

Stitch markers that open - safety pins can be used as an alternative, Tape measure, Tapestry Needle, Needles - #9 and # 10 needle

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Olio Knits by Sue Peterson

I am designer and pattern writer at Olio Knits. I specialize in writing patterns that create easy to follow knitting projects. As a former owner of a yarn store, I currently teach knitting classes to former customers as well as through a local college. I also sell ready-made sweaters through the Artful Home catalog and boutiques in the United States.

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