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Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover

from Sarah Montie Handknits
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover
Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover
Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover
Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover
Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover
Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • pick up stitches

Pattern Description:

I wanted a sweater that was very wearable, something I would want to throw on everyday, but also have a little style.
My Comfy Cowl Neck Pullover was my answer.

I used a DK weight yarn so it is not too bulky but also works up quickly. I knit mine in a washable wool so that I could easily wear it often.

This comfortable, easy to knit sweater features cap sleeves, hour glass shaping and side vents for a flattering fit.

There are two very unique features to this pattern.
All of the measurements are listed in English and metric units and instructions are included for 2 methods for knitting in the sleeves. You can knit the sleeves separately and sew them into the armholes or knit them into the armholes and knit down to the cuff. This is a great pattern for you to try top down sleeves for the first time.
The cowl neck adds some style to this classic design.

Sizes range from small (32in/81cm) to 3X



Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small to fit 32-34 in bust
  • Medium to fit 36-38 in bust
  • Large to fit 40-42 in bust
  • 1X to fit 44-46 in bust
  • 2X to fit 48-50 in bust
  • 3X to fit 52-54 in bust


  • Small 948yds
  • Medium 1058yds
  • Large 1201yds
  • 1X 1359yds
  • 2X 1512yds
  • 3X 1845yds

You Will Also Need:

  • US 6/4mm needle
  • US 6/4mm 16in circular needles
  • Stitch markers

Suggested yarn:

1058 yards of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Plymouth Yarn Happy Feet DK


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Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized
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