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Eleos Pullover - Knitting Pattern

$9.00

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The Eleos Pullover is the coziest new addition to your wardrobe! This pattern is worked from the top down, with mock cable raglan shaping, ribbed sleeves and a stockinette body. Before starting, it would be great to familiarize yourself with short row shaping, knitting in the round, tubular bind off and slipped stitches.

Finished Measurements

1 (2, 3, 4, 5) (6, 7, 8, 9)

Actual bust circumference of finished garment:
34 (38, 42, 44.5, 48.5) (54, 56, 58, 64) inches/ 85 (95, 105, 111.25, 121.25) (135, 140, 145, 160) cm

To find the best fit for you, measure at the fullest point of your bust and add 4-6” (10-15 cm).

Yardage

480-550 (530-600, 590-700, 650-800, 715-900) (845-1000, 900-1050, 1000-1200, 1100-1350) yards / 438-500 (485-550, 540-640, 595-730, 655-825) (773-915, 825-960, 915-1100, 1010-1235) meters.

Suggested Yarn

Hobbii Divina Worsted, 164 yard/50g - I recommend using a lightweight worsted yarn for this pattern. Alternatively, you can pair a mohair or lace weight with a DK yarn as well.

Suggested Needles

4.5 mm circular knitting needles for neckline and hem.
5 mm circular knitting needles for body and sleeves.
It is best to choose a cord length for your needles that is at least 4” less than the intended finished circumference size of your garment.

Additional Materials

Stitch markers, scrap yarn, darning needle, tape measure

Techniques

Casting on stitches, knitting in the round, short row shaping, raglan shaping, increase and decrease stitches, faux cable, separating stitches for arm holes, binding off stitches, picking up stitches, optional tubular 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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