Pattern 9875 - Highland Heathers Aran

Sweaters

A cable sweater with button fastening placket and round neck option too. Both feature cabling down the front and back.The sleeves are knitted in stocking stitch and the rib edging creates the perfect contrast of textures.

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Highland Heathers Aran

Just like its sister yarn, the shades for Highland Heathers Aran are created by heavily blending several colours together which gives them their richly tweeded effect.

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Weight: Aran

Composition: 100% Premium Acrylic

Ball Size: 100g

Meterage: 190

Wash & Care: Machine washable 30C, cool tumble dry, may dry clean, cool iron


You will need: 1 pair 4 mm (UK 8 – USA 6) knitting needles and 1 pair 5 mm (UK 6 – USA 8) knitting needles. Cable needle. Stitch holders. 3 buttons for Sweater with Placket opening.

Sweater with Placket opening
Sizes91-97cm 36-38in102-107cm 40-42in112-117cm 44-46in122-127cm 48-50in
Highland Heathers Aran, Loch 37517789
Round Neck Sweater
Sizes91-97cm 36-38in102-107cm 40-42in112-117cm 44-46in122-127cm 48-50in
Highland Heathers Aran, Bracken 37477789

LEFT FRONT BORDER: Next row: Rib 5, k2tog, yfwd, (rib 12, k2tog yfwd) twice, rib 4.

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