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Cinnabar Sweater - Knitting Pattern


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The Cinnabar Sweater is a top-down, raglan constructed garment with 3 fit and 2 sleeve styles to choose from, so you can make your dream sweater! Inspired by my love of texture and classic “go-to” styling, the simple texture featured throughout the sweater makes ultra squishy fabric! Special techniques features in this pattern are: knit stitches, purl stitches, left & right increases, i-cord bind off and wrap and turn short row shaping.

Finished Measurments

1 (2, 3, 4) (5, 6, 7, 8)

Actual bust circumference of finished garment:
36 (40, 44, 48) (52, 56, 60, 64)”
91.5 (101.5, 112, 122) (132, 142, 154.5, 162.5) cm

To find the perfect fit for your garment, measure the circumference of your bust and add 4-6” to your measurement. If you are between sizes, I suggest to size down.


Crop: 720-750 (790-810, 860-890, 950-970) (1040-1065, 1160-1175, 1260-1290, 1400-1430) yards

Full Length: 850-870 (930-955, 1020-1050, 1130-1150) (1230-1255, 1320-1350, 1400-1430, 1480-1510) yards

Suggested Yarn

Traveling Yarn Worsted Weight Yarn - 100% Superwash Merino, 218 yds / 100g (Fitted sample shown in the colorway “Opera Cake”)

Traveling Yarn has kits available for this sweater pattern for 10% off through this link! —>

Lion Brand Jeans Yarn - 100% Acrylic, 246 yards / 100g (Cropped sample shown in the color “Top Stitch”)

Suggested Needles

  • 4.5 mm 16” circular needles for cast on neckline
  • 5 mm 16” cicrular needles for beginning of yoke
  • 5 mm 32-40” circular needles for main body
  • Optional 5 mm 12” circular needles for small circumference knitting for the
    arms (you can also use dpns or magic
    loop for small circumference knitting if you prefer)

Additional Materials

Stitch markers, scrap yarn, darning needle, tape measure


Casting on stitches, knitting in the round, short row shaping, raglan shaping, increase and decrease stitches, separating stitches for arm holes, binding off stitches, picking up stitches, i-cord bind off.

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted

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