Whidbey Island

A classic raglan-style turtleneck with a progressive edge – destined to be a wardrobe staple that will never go out of style. This coastal-inspired sweater works perfectly for the recommended yarn (Whidbey), a heathered blend of bamboo, merino and nylon.

$10.00

Description

A classic raglan-style turtleneck with a progressive edge – destined to be a wardrobe staple that will never go out of style. This coastal-inspired sweater works perfectly for the recommended yarn (Whidbey), a heathered blend of bamboo, merino and nylon.

Designed with a fit that includes 3-4 inches/7.5-10 cm positive ease (extra room) built in, as shown on model. If you prefer less room in your sweaters, go down 1-2 sizes.

Skill Level: Advanced Beginner

Sizes
30 (32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44) (46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62) in/76.25 (81.25, 86.25, 91.5, 96.5, 101.5, 106.75, 111.75) (116.75, 122, 127, 132, 137.25, 142.25, 147.25, 152.5, 157.5) cm bust

Yarn
Worsted | Whidbey by Makers’ Mercantile | 47% Bamboo, 37% Superwash Merino, 16% Nylon |144 yards per 100 grams | 850 (918, 991, 1071, 1156, 1249, 1324, 1403) (1487, 1577, 1640, 1705, 1774, 1845, 1918, 1995, 2075) yards/777 (839, 906, 979, 1057, 1142, 1210, 1282) (1359, 1441, 1499, 1559, 1622, 1686, 1753, 1824, 1897) meters

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Needles

  • US Size 6/4mm (24-40 in/60-100 cm) circular needle — body

  • US Size 5/3.75mm (16 in/40 cm) circular needle — neckline

  • Note: Adjust your needle size, if necessary, to obtain correct gauge.

Gauge

18 st and 26 rows in 4 in/10 cm in stockinette stitch with larger needle, blocked

Notions


Finished Measurements

  • Bust Circumference – 33.8 (35.6, 38.2, 40, 42.7, 43.6, 46.2, 48) (49.8, 51.6, 54.2, 56, 57.8, 60.4, 62.2, 64, 65.8) in/84.44 (88.89, 95.56, 100, 106.67, 108.89, 115.56, 120) (124.44, 128.89, 135.56, 140, 144.44, 151.11, 155.56, 160, 164.44) cm
  • Sleeve Circumference – 11.56 (11.56, 12, 12.44, 12.89, 13.33, 14.22, 14.67) (15.11, 16, 16.44, 16.89, 17.33, 17.78, 18.22, 18.67, 18.67) in/28.89 (28.89, 30, 31.11, 32.22, 33.33, 35.56, 36.67) (37.78, 40, 41.11, 42.22, 43.33, 44.44, 45.56, 46.67, 46.67) cm

 



Errata 2/3/22 –
Please note the following changes, which only affect sizes 32-36 for Row 7 (this change requires that Row 9 to be written out, rather than be written as a repeat of Row 7).

Sizes 32-36 Only Row 7 (RS): CO 1 st using the knitted cast-on method worked knitwise (tightly), k to 2 st before mA (including the newly cast-on st), M1R, k2, smA, k1, M1L, k to 1 st before mB, M1R, k1, smB, k2, M1L, k to 2 st before m, M1R, k2, smC, k1, M1L, k to 1 st before mD, M1R, k1, smD, k2, M1L, k to end (8 st inc + CO)

Sizes 38-62 Only Row 7 (RS): [This is unchanged from the pattern, but note that it is for sizes 38-62 Only.] CO 1 st using the knitted cast-on method worked knitwise (tightly), k to 2 st before mA (including the newly cast-on st), M1R, k2, smA, k2, M1L, k to 2 st before mB, M1R, k2, smB, k2, M1L, k to 2 st before m, M1R, k2, smC, k2, M1L, k to 2 st before mD, M1R, k2, smD, k2, M1L, k to end (8 st inc + CO)

Row 9 (RS): [This is unchanged from the pattern, but accounts for the adjustment on Row 7 as far as the repeat for sizes 32-36 are concerned]  CO 1 st using the knitted cast-on method worked knitwise (tightly), k to 2 st before mA (including the newly cast-on st), M1R, k2, smA, k2, M1L, k to 2 st before mB, M1R, k2, smB, k2, M1L, k to 2 st before m, M1R, k2, smC, k2, M1L, k to 2 st before mD, M1R, k2, smD, k2, M1L, k to end (8 st inc + CO)