Varsity Sweater Pattern

Varsity Sweater Pattern

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Our Varsity Sweater starts with a high neck and a deep raglan yoke for a boxy-yet-flattering fit. The sleeve detail is an excuse to add more color to your stash — or a chance to show off your favorite leftover hand-dyed colors and bases. Take this comfortable raglan from basic to sporty in three stripes flat!

Finished Measurements:
Approx. 38.75 (42.5, 46.75, 50.25, 54.75, 58.25, 61.75, 66.25)” / 97 (106.5, 117, 125.5, 137, 145.5, 154.5, 165.5) cm finished chest measurement.

Sweater is meant to be worn with 6-8”/ 15-20cm of ease. Sample shown is size 42.5”/ 106.5 cm, worn with 7”/17.5cm of ease.

The Lamb & Kid Tod Worsted (65% yak, 35% cashmere; 114 yards per 50g); 8 (9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15) skeins of MC
Dimond Laine Birdie (74% alpaca, 26% silk; 328 yards per 50g); 1 skein each CC1 - CC3 for all sizes

Or Worsted weight yarn in the following approximate amounts (approximate yardage is padded by 10%):
MC: 905 (1012, 1123, 1232, 1323, 1436, 1534, 1648) yds/ 823 (920, 1021, 1120, 1203, 1305, 1395, 1498)m
CC1 - CC3: Approx. 40 yards of a fingering weight yarn held double, OR 20 yards of a worsted weight yarn for each stripe

Sample Shown:
MC: Tod Worsted in color Kitten
CC1 - CC3: Birdie (held double) in the following colors:
CC1: Plaid Is My Favorite Color
CC2: Hi-Vis
CC3: Pop Rocks

18 sts and 23 rounds = 4”/10cm in stockinette st in the round using Gauge Needle, blocked.

Suggested Needles:
Needles listed are suggested. Always take time to swatch.
Gauge Needle: US 7 (4.5mm), 16” / 40cm and 24”/60cm - 32”/80cm circular needles or longer, and needles to work smaller circumferences.

Ribbing Needle: US 5 (3.75mm), 16”/40cm and 32” / 80cm circular needles, and needles to work smaller circumferences.

Darning needle, 4 markers, including a unique one for BOR.