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KNITTING PATTERN
Dog Sweater --- Tuxedo style with Long front and Short sleeves
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 16,0 stitches by 24,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8 Armhole: 7,8
Bottom Width: 13,9 Collar Length: 1,6 Sleeve Length: 1,0
Back Length: 19,4 Slv Rib Length: 1,0
Front Length: 13,6
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.

*** Shallow neckline: default front width has been increased.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 85 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 10 rows).
2. Inc 17 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 102 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Inc 1 st at each end on next and every following row 18 times more, to total 140 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (26 rows).
4. Armholes (leg openings). knit 15 stitches, place next 12 stitches on a holder. With a second ball of yarn knit 86 stitches,
place next 12 stitches on a holder. With a third ball of yarn knit to end. knit these three sections for the leg
openings at the same time for 2,6 ins (16 rows), ending on a purl row.
5. Next row, to close the leg openings. knit with first ball of yarn only. knit across first section, cast on 12 stitches,
knit middle section, cast on 12 stitches, then knit to end.
6. knit even for 6,0 ins (35 rows more). Total length from collar (along the front seam) is 13,6 ins.
7. Back Shaping. Transfer 16 stitches to a holder at the beginning of the next two rows. knit two rows even. Decrease
1 st at each end of next and every following row 24 times more until 58 stitches remain. knit even until knit
measures 19,4 ins, not including collar. Cut yarn. Place remaining stitches on a holder.

BOTTOM HEM:
1. Sew center front seam from top of collar to beginning of back shaping.
2. With right side facing and using size 4 circular needle, start at center front seam. Pick up and knit 16 stitches from
the front edge holder, 26 stitches along the back shaping, 58 end stitches from the holder, 26 stitches along the back shaping,
and 16 stitches from the front edge holder. Total 142 stitches.
3. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 4 rows).
4. Cast off loosely in ribbing.

SLEEVES:
1. With the right side of the knit facing you, using size 4 circular needle (or a set of double pointed), pick up 43 stitches
evenly spaced around the four sides of the armhole.
2. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 6 rows).
3. Cast off loosely in ribbing.
4. knit second sleeve as for first.

FINISHING:
1. Optional. To keep the back end of the sweater in place, attach a piece of elastic, stretchy knitted cord or a thin
knitted band (approx. 7,8 ins long) on each side from the back corner to just in front of the back leg. Adjust as
necessary.
2. Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
6,4 for body
0,9 for ribbing
7,3 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )
KNITTING PATTERN
Dog Sweater --- Simple style
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 16,0 stitches by 24,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8
Bottom Width: 13,9 Collar Length: 1,6
Back Length: 19,4
Front Length: 4,2
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.

*** Shallow neckline: default front width has been increased.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 85 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 10 rows).
2. Inc 17 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 102 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Inc 1 st at each end on next and every following row 18 times more, to total 140 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (26 rows).
4. Back Shaping. Transfer 27 stitches to a holder at the beginning of the next two rows. knit two rows even. Decrease
1 st at each end of next and every following alternate row 13 times more until 58 stitches remain. knit even until
knit measures 19,4 ins, not including collar. Cut yarn. Place remaining stitches on a holder.

BOTTOM HEM:
1. Sew center front seam from top of collar to beginning of back shaping.
2. With right side facing and using size 4 circular needle, start at center front seam. Pick up and knit 27 stitches from
the front edge holder, 61 stitches along the back shaping, 58 end stitches from the holder, 61 stitches along the back shaping,
and 27 stitches from the front edge holder. Total 234 stitches.
3. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 4 rows).
4. Cast off loosely in ribbing.

FINISHING:
1. Optional. To keep the top of the sweater from sliding around, you may want to knit a band or two
(approximately 1 in. wide by 16,7 ins long). Garter stitch or any other noncurling stitch will knit well here. Fit
the sweater on the dog, then sew the band(s) in place between the front and back legs.
2. Optional. To keep the back end of the sweater in place, attach a piece of elastic, stretchy knitted cord or a thin
knitted band (approx. 7,8 ins long) on each side from the back corner to just in front of the back leg. Adjust as
necessary.
3. Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
4,5 for body
1,1 for ribbing
5,6 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )
KNITTING PATTERN
Dog Sweater --- Pullover style with Long front and Short sleeves
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 16,0 stitches by 24,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8 Armhole: 7,8
Collar Length: 1,6 Sleeve Length: 1,0
Back Length: 13,6 Slv Rib Length: 1,0
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.

*** Shallow neckline: default front width has been increased.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 85 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 10 rows).
2. Inc 17 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 102 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Inc 1 st at each end on next and every following row 18 times more, to total 140 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (26 rows).
4. Armholes (leg openings). knit 15 stitches, place next 12 stitches on a holder. With a second ball of yarn knit 86 stitches,
place next 12 stitches on a holder. With a third ball of yarn knit to end. knit these three sections for the leg
openings at the same time for 2,6 ins (16 rows), ending on a purl row.
5. Next row, to close the leg openings. knit with first ball of yarn only. knit across first section, cast on 12 stitches,
knit middle section, cast on 12 stitches, then knit to end.
6. knit even until knit measures 13,6 ins, not including collar.
7. Change to size 4 needles and knit in K1P1 ribbing or garter or moss stitch for 1,0 ins (approx. 6 rows). Cast off
loosely.

SLEEVES:
1. With the right side of the knit facing you, using size 4 circular needle (or a set of double pointed), pick up 43 stitches
evenly spaced around the four sides of the armhole.
2. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 6 rows).
3. Cast off loosely in ribbing.
4. knit second sleeve as for first.

FINISHING:
1. Sew center front seam, from top of collar to bottom of sweater (including hem). Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
4,2 for body
1,0 for ribbing
5,2 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )
KNITTING PATTERN
Dog Sweater --- Pullover: Back Opening style with Long front and Short sleeves
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 16,0 stitches by 24,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8 Armhole: 7,8
Collar Length: 1,6 Sleeve Length: 1,0
Back Length: 13,6 Slv Rib Length: 1,0
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.

*** Shallow neckline: default front width has been increased.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 85 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 10 rows).
2. Inc 17 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 102 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Mark center. Inc 1 st at each side of center on next and every following row 18
times more, to total 140 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (26 rows).
4. Armholes (leg openings). knit 44 stitches, place next 12 stitches on a holder. With a second ball of yarn knit 28 stitches,
place next 12 stitches on a holder. With a third ball of yarn knit to end. knit these three sections for the leg
openings at the same time for 2,6 ins (16 rows), ending on a purl row.
5. Next row, to close the leg openings. knit with first ball of yarn only. knit across first section, cast on 12 stitches,
knit middle section, cast on 12 stitches, then knit to end.
6. knit even until knit measures 13,6 ins, not including collar.
7. Change to size 4 needles and knit in K1P1 ribbing or garter or moss stitch for 1,0 ins (approx. 6 rows). Cast off
loosely.

BACK CLOSURE BANDS:
1. Using size 5 needles, pick up 75 stitches along one back edge, between the bottom of the sweater hem and the top of
the collar.
2. knit 6 rows in ribbing, garter or moss stitch. Cast off loosely.
3. knit second side the same way, adding buttonholes if using buttons for closure.

SLEEVES:
1. With the right side of the knit facing you, using size 4 circular needle (or a set of double pointed), pick up 43 stitches
evenly spaced around the four sides of the armhole.
2. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 6 rows).
3. Cast off loosely in ribbing.
4. knit second sleeve as for first.

FINISHING:
1. Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
4,2 for body
1,5 for ribbing
5,7 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )
Dog Sweater --- Simple style
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 20,0 stitches by 26,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8
Bottom Width: 13,9 Collar Length: 1,6
Back Length: 19,4
Front Length: 4,2
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 106 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 14 rows).
2. Inc 21 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 127 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Inc 1 st at each end on next and every following row 23 times more, to total 175 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (28 rows).
4. Back Shaping. Transfer 33 stitches to a holder at the beginning of the next two rows. knit two rows even. Decrease
1 st at each end of next and every following alternate row 18 times more until 71 stitches remain. knit even until
knit measures 19,4 ins, not including collar. Cut yarn. Place remaining stitches on a holder.

BOTTOM HEM:
1. Sew center front seam from top of collar to beginning of back shaping.
2. With right side facing and using size 4 circular needle, start at center front seam. Pick up and knit 33 stitches from
the front edge holder, 76 stitches along the back shaping, 71 end stitches from the holder, 76 stitches along the back shaping,
and 33 stitches from the front edge holder. Total 289 stitches.
3. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 6 rows).
4. Cast off loosely in ribbing.

FINISHING:
1. Optional. To keep the top of the sweater from sliding around, you may want to knit a band or two
(approximately 1 in. wide by 16,7 ins long). Garter stitch or any other noncurling stitch will knit well here. Fit
the sweater on the dog, then sew the band(s) in place between the front and back legs.
2. Optional. To keep the back end of the sweater in place, attach a piece of elastic, stretchy knitted cord or a thin
knitted band (approx. 7,8 ins long) on each side from the back corner to just in front of the back leg. Adjust as
necessary.
3. Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
4,6 for body
1,4 for ribbing
6,0 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )
Dog Sweater --- Pullover style with Long front and Short sleeves
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 20,0 stitches by 26,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8 Armhole: 7,8
Collar Length: 1,6 Sleeve Length: 1,0
Back Length: 13,6 Slv Rib Length: 1,0
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 106 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 14 rows).
2. Inc 21 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 127 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Inc 1 st at each end on next and every following row 23 times more, to total 175 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (28 rows).
4. Armholes (leg openings). knit 18 stitches, place next 15 stitches on a holder. With a second ball of yarn knit 108 stitches,
place next 15 stitches on a holder. With a third ball of yarn knit to end. knit these three sections for the leg
openings at the same time for 2,6 ins (18 rows), ending on a purl row.
5. Next row, to close the leg openings. knit with first ball of yarn only. knit across first section, cast on 15 stitches,
knit middle section, cast on 15 stitches, then knit to end.
6. knit even until knit measures 13,6 ins, not including collar.
7. Change to size 4 needles and knit in K1P1 ribbing or garter or moss stitch for 1,0 ins (approx. 8 rows). Cast off
loosely.

SLEEVES:
1. With the right side of the knit facing you, using size 4 circular needle (or a set of double pointed), pick up 53 stitches
evenly spaced around the four sides of the armhole.
2. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 8 rows).
3. Cast off loosely in ribbing.
4. knit second sleeve as for first.

FINISHING:
1. Sew center front seam, from top of collar to bottom of sweater (including hem). Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
4,3 for body
1,3 for ribbing
5,6 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )
Dog Sweater --- Pullover: Back Opening style with Long front and Short sleeves
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 20,0 stitches by 26,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8 Armhole: 7,8
Collar Length: 1,6 Sleeve Length: 1,0
Back Length: 13,6 Slv Rib Length: 1,0
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 106 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 14 rows).
2. Inc 21 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 127 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Mark center. Inc 1 st at each side of center on next and every following row 23
times more, to total 175 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (28 rows).
4. Armholes (leg openings). knit 55 stitches, place next 15 stitches on a holder. With a second ball of yarn knit 34 stitches,
place next 15 stitches on a holder. With a third ball of yarn knit to end. knit these three sections for the leg
openings at the same time for 2,6 ins (18 rows), ending on a purl row.
5. Next row, to close the leg openings. knit with first ball of yarn only. knit across first section, cast on 15 stitches,
knit middle section, cast on 15 stitches, then knit to end.
6. knit even until knit measures 13,6 ins, not including collar.
7. Change to size 4 needles and knit in K1P1 ribbing or garter or moss stitch for 1,0 ins (approx. 8 rows). Cast off
loosely.

BACK CLOSURE BANDS:
1. Using size 5 needles, pick up 94 stitches along one back edge, between the bottom of the sweater hem and the top of
the collar.
2. knit 6 rows in ribbing, garter or moss stitch. Cast off loosely.
3. knit second side the same way, adding buttonholes if using buttons for closure.

SLEEVES:
1. With the right side of the knit facing you, using size 4 circular needle (or a set of double pointed), pick up 53 stitches
evenly spaced around the four sides of the armhole.
2. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 8 rows).
3. Cast off loosely in ribbing.
4. knit second sleeve as for first.

FINISHING:
1. Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
4,3 for body
1,7 for ribbing
6,0 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )
Dog Sweater --- Tuxedo style with Medium front and Short sleeves
Single Band collar

Designed : 28-9-2009
Pattern File Name: dogsweater
Size: Bulldog (F) for: *

KNIT A TENSION SWATCH FIRST

STITCH OR KNITTING GAUGE, AND TENSION: depends on the pattern of stitches in the fabric and the tension of the
individual knitter or crocheter ( or how tightly one knits or crochets, and thick or thin yarns produce different stitches ).
Gauge (Stocking Stitch over 4 in = 10 cm): 20,0 stitches by 26,0 rows.
Body knit by hand on 5 mm needles
Ribbing knit by hand on 4 mm needles

FINISHED DIMENSIONS: (ins): ... with Moderate fit.
Chest: 34,7 Neck Width: 20,8 Armhole: 7,8
Bottom Width: 13,9 Collar Length: 1,6 Sleeve Length: 1,0
Back Length: 19,4 Slv Rib Length: 1,0
Front Length: 11,2
Back Rib Length: 1,0

Note: Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit.


BODY:
1. Collar. Cast on 106 stitches on size 4 needles. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,6 ins (approx. 14 rows).
2. Inc 21 stitches evenly across the last row. Total 127 stitches. Change to size 5 needles.
3. knit 2 rows in Stocking Stitch. Inc 1 st at each end on next and every following row 23 times more, to total 175 stitches. knit even until piece measures (from collar, at center back) 4,2 ins (28 rows).
4. Armholes (leg openings). knit 18 stitches, place next 15 stitches on a holder. With a second ball of yarn knit 108 stitches,
place next 15 stitches on a holder. With a third ball of yarn knit to end. knit these three sections for the leg
openings at the same time for 2,6 ins (18 rows), ending on a purl row.
5. Next row, to close the leg openings. knit with first ball of yarn only. knit across first section, cast on 15 stitches,
knit middle section, cast on 15 stitches, then knit to end.
6. knit even for 3,6 ins (21 rows more). Total length from collar (along the front seam) is 11,2 ins.
7. Back Shaping. Transfer 20 stitches to a holder at the beginning of the next two rows. knit two rows even. Decrease
1 st at each end of next and every following row 31 times more until 71 stitches remain. knit even until knit
measures 19,4 ins, not including collar. Cut yarn. Place remaining stitches on a holder.

BOTTOM HEM:
1. Sew center front seam from top of collar to beginning of back shaping.
2. With right side facing and using size 4 circular needle, start at center front seam. Pick up and knit 20 stitches from
the front edge holder, 46 stitches along the back shaping, 71 end stitches from the holder, 46 stitches along the back shaping,
and 20 stitches from the front edge holder. Total 203 stitches.
3. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 6 rows).
4. Cast off loosely in ribbing.

SLEEVES:
1. With the right side of the knit facing you, using size 4 circular needle (or a set of double pointed), pick up 53 stitches
evenly spaced around the four sides of the armhole.
2. knit in K1P1 ribbing for 1,0 ins (approx. 8 rows).
3. Cast off loosely in ribbing.
4. knit second sleeve as for first.

FINISHING:
1. Optional. To keep the back end of the sweater in place, attach a piece of elastic, stretchy knitted cord or a thin
knitted band (approx. 7,8 ins long) on each side from the back corner to just in front of the back leg. Adjust as
necessary.
2. Sew in all loose ends.

AMOUNT OF YARN REQUIRED TO MAKE GARMENT:
--- THIS IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE ONLY. Measure a sample piece for a more accurate calculation.
Amount needed:
5,9 for body
1,2 for ribbing
7,1 Ounces TOTAL

NOTES:

Pattern designed by: Jessica Tromp --- www.jessica-tromp.nl ( with Knitware design ™ )