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Gradient pullover

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PATTERN DETAILS

Varying the colors of multiple strands held together gives the pullover an appearance of gradually changing colors (shown in ColourMart Diamante sherbet and sun). The feel and the hand of the fabric made with different stitch patterns vary substantially with different needle sizes used. The top of the pullover is more fluid and open (almost lace-like appearance), whereas bottom is knitted on smaller needles and is much denser. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl cables applied i-cord GAUGE 20 sts and 30 rows = 4"/10cm over 4x4 Cable using size US 4 (3.5mm) needles 25 sts and 30 rows = 4"/10cm over 6x6 Cable using size US 3 (3.25mm) needles 30 sts and 30 rows = 4"/10cm over 8x8 Cable using size US 2 (2.75mm) needles SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Bust: 30 [34, 38, 42, 45]"/ 77 [86.5, 95.5, 104.5, 114] cm, Length: 22.5 [23, 24, 25, 26]"/ 57 [58.5, 61, 63.5, 66] cm. Upper arm: 11 [12, 13, 14.5, 15.5]"/ 28 [30.5, 33, 37, 39] cm

Recommended with this pattern

  • Colourmart Diamante (2/28NM lace weight 70% merino; 20% silk; 10% cashmere) in sherbet (A) 200[225, 250, 275, 325, 350]g; and in sun (B) 200[225, 250, 275, 325, 350]g
  • Knitting needles, one pair each of size US 6 (4mm), 4 (3.5mm), US 3 (3.25mm), US 2 (2.75mm) OR size to obtain gauge.
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My first knitting project was a skinny garter scarf with disappointedly unevenly spaced rows made out of bleached-white yarn (acrylic worsted as I recall now) with hot pink stripe on each end. There was no pattern involved, so I believe I can call it my first design. I don't remember actually wearing that scarf ever. My knitting skills improved with time, I also developed love for sewing and designed all of my clothes through my high school and college. I got inspired to publish my knitting patterns since I discovered Ravelry knitting community and it's through Ravelry I found out about Craftsy - a source of wonderful classes and a variety of amazing projects and patterns. When I don't knit or design, I experiment with neurons and teach.