Monday, November 7, 2011

Harpswell Pullover

The Harpswell Pullover pattern is now available.

Harpswell Pullover

This comfy pullover is designed with a crew neck, set-in sleeves and an easy-to-memorize-yet-still-interesting stitch pattern that should satisfy even the most unadventurous of male recipients. The body is worked in the round to the underarms, then split for the front and back. Sleeves are knit in the round to the sleeve cap and then worked back and forth before being seamed into the body of the sweater.

Harpswell Pullover

This pattern ranges in size from 36-60 inches (finished chest measurement) and requires between 1100-2100 yards of worsted weight yarn. More information can be found on the Ravelry pattern page here.


Knitting, purling, increasing and decreasing (both k2tog and ssk), knitting in the round and knitting back and forth, seaming. This pattern is suitable for an advanced beginner.

Harpswell Pullover

Many thanks to my test knitters in the Ravelry Free Pattern Testers group, my fabulous model, he-who-must-model-for-me-because-I-knit-him-sweaters-and-he-can't-break-up-with-me (aka my brother), and the lovely JoAnna for her mad photo skills.


Caro said...

It's great - fantastic fit, super stitch pattern.

Next man's sweater pattern for me - though you should be warned that I may still be slogging through the first sleeve on the one I'm making now in 2015.

porpoise said...

Thanks Caro! I'm glad you like it. And given the rate at which you churn out sweaters, I do not believe your 2015 timeline One. Bit.

JoAnnaJae said...

Glad the pics worked out!