Knit your first sweater, Flannery, a raglan sweater knit in SweetGeorgia Superwash Worsted in Lilac colourway

Flannery Sweater

This sweater pattern is  featured in the  “Knit Your First Sweater” workshop.

Flannery is the perfect introduction to sweater knitting! With a relaxed silhouette, easy raglan sleeve construction, and comfortable fit, first-time sweater knitters will love the skill-building success and great look it brings.

Flannery is the perfect introduction to sweater knitting! With a relaxed silhouette, easy raglan sleeve construction, and comfortable fit, first-time sweater knitters will love the skill-building success and great look it brings.

SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS

  • Bust circumference: 34 (37 ½, 41 ½, 46, 50, 53 ½, 57 ½, 62, 66)” / 86.5 (95.5, 105.5, 117, 127, 136, 146, 157.5, 167.5) cm
  • Garment Length: 23 1/2(24 1/2, 25 1/4, 25 3/4, 26, 26 1/2, 27, 27 1/2, 27 3/4)” / 59.5 (62, 64, 65.5, 66, 67.5, 68.5, 70, 70.5) cm
  • Choose the size that is 3 ½-4” / 9-10 cm larger than actual bust circumference. Sample shown in size 41 ½” / 105.5 cm.

YARN

  • 7 (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13) skeins SweetGeorgia Yarns Superwash Worsted in Lilac (200 yd / 183 m per 4 oz / 115 g skein; 100% Superwash Merino).

NEEDLES & NOTIONS

  • Size 6 US / 4 mm needle
  • Size 7 US / 4.5 mm needle
  • Size 6 US / 4 mm circular needle, 16” / 40 cm long
  • Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
  • 1 removable stitch marker, 1 stitch marker, yarn needle

GAUGE

  • 17 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in St st, after blocking.
  • 21 sts and 30 rows = 4” / 10 cm in K2p2 Rib, after blocking.

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