My first sweater pattern has been a long time in the making, but my testers are wrapping up their own lovely versions, and the pattern has one more trip to the tech editor before it’s release.
For a long time people have been asking me to put some of my most loved motifs on a sweater, and I finally relented with my Ribbonwood (which is already a shawl and a blanket). What you see here is the neckline detail and a single Ribbonwood motif running down the front. It joins another motif at the back and the entire lower body erupts in Ribbonwood glory (that’s the bit we lace lovers love!).
Over the next couple of weeks I shall tease you with photos, and if you’re keen on the pattern you might want to let Santa know you’ll need 4-5 skeins of fingering weight yarn under the Christmas tree. I used @unionfibre untreated corriedale in Plum Pie, but any semi-solid / solid yarn that you can knit to gauge (26 x 36 rows per 10 cm) will be suitable.
Ribbonwood Pullover for Christmas, anyone?
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