Instruction: The instructions are written for the smallest size. If changes are necessary for larger size s the instructions will be written thus [ ]. Numbers for each size are shown in the same order throughout the pattern.
When only one number is given, it applies to all sizes. Pass them back onto left-hand needle, then knit through back loops together. Row 2: p2, k2, p2 to end. Change to U. Shape Raglan Continue with yarn A only. Next row: as 1st row Next row: as 2nd row Next row: as 1st row Next row: purl to end Work these 4 rows 0 [2; 2; 6; 5; 4] times. Next row: as 1st row Next row: purl to end Work these 2 rows 24 [22; 24; 17; 17; 9] times.
Shape Neck Next row RS : k2, ssk, k10, k2tog neck edge. Leave rem sts on a spare needle. Next row: purl to end. Dec 1 st at the raglan edge as before and dec 1 st at neck edge on next and alt rows until there are 4 sts rem. Fasten off. With RS facing, join yarn to rem sts, bind off 19 [21; 21; 21; 23; 23] sts. Dec 1 st at neck edge and dec 1 st at the raglan edge as before on next and alt rows until there are 4 sts rem. Using U. Work 12 rows. Cont until work from beg measure Begin Strip patt.
Bind off loosely 2 [2; 3; 3; 4; 4] sts at beg of next 2 rows.
Bind off loosely rem 9 [9; 9; 11; 11; 11] sts. Neckband Join raglan seams. With RS work facing you and using U. Pick up 15 sts down left front neck edge.
Pick up 19 [21; 21; 21; 23; 23] from front neck edge. Place stitch marker. Bind off in ribbing. For the yarn, I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease details as shown in the materials list above but you can use a similar yarn which you can obtain the tension gauge. Circular needles are preferred because they are lighter and more flexible, great for knitting bigger project like sweater and pullover.
This is the back piece of the raglan pullover which has been blocked and adjusted to the corresponding size. Similarly, the front piece which is also blocked to size. Lastly, these are the 2 blocked sleeves with stripe pattern at the raglan section. The picture shows the seam of the raglan after the front and the sleeve is sewn up. Finally, sew up the sleeve seams and side seams with mattress seam to complete the raglan pullover.
Happy knitting. Thank you. I apologize, I am brand new to knitting. I am struggling to find where to use which length needles. If the tubular cast on is not in the continuous round, you can use any length of circular needle as long as it can hold the number of stitches on it. The shorter size 7 needle is only needed for the neckband. How do I actually get this pattern. Try clicking the button again, it should work.
I tried from it from both Chrome and Firefox, it is working fine. If I do the decreases until 4 sts rem. What am I missing?
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Thank you for pointing it out, there is a mistake in the pattern. I accidentally added the k2 in the pattern. I have gotten it corrected.
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