Pattern 9227 - Eskimo

Sweater and Snood

This is an Easy knit raglan sleeve design sweater with matching snood. The waistband and cuffs have been knitted in Special DK to give a contrasting texture.

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Eskimo

Our trend setting eyelash yarn became a huge and instant hit following its launch. Now available in a fabulous range of shades, it continues to offer outstanding value for money in pastel and vibrant colours. It is perfect for the creation of fashion scarves, garments and accessories.

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Weight: DK

Composition: 100% Polyester

Ball Size: 50g

Meterage: 90m/98yds

Wash & Care: Machine washable 40C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, do not iron, do not bleach


You will need: Pair of 4mm (UK 8, USA 6) knitting needles

Sweater
Sizes30-32in
76-82cm
34-36in
86-91cm
38-40in
99-102cm
42-44in
107-112cm
46-48in
117-122cm
Eskimo, Main Colour Eskimo Passionflower 54971019111213
Eskimo, Contrast Colour Special DK Violet 127711222

Raglan shaping PLace marker at each end of row to denote start of shaping. Next row (rs): K2, k2tog tbl, work to last 4sts, k2tog, k2. Next row: Purl. Cont to dec this way every foll alt row 20[29, 28, 25, 24] times. 46[39, 52, 69, 82] sts. For 1st size only Cont to dec as set on every foll 4th row until 38 sts rem. For 3rd, 4th and 5th sizes only Cont to dec as set on every row until [40, 41, 42] sts rem.

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