Issue 459 • Telluride Simple Pullover
I love working cables (and lace and colorwork), but sometimes Stockinette stitch is all I want to knit. The simple rhythm of a working a plain stitch is meditative and hypnotic – perfect for the slower pace of a hot summer day.
Designed by Tonia Barry, this pullover is easy to knit, has no seams, and gets the proportions and simple details just right. The lower body is worked in one piece to the underarms, then divided for working the back and front separately to the shoulders. Stitches for each sleeve are picked up around the armhole opening and worked from the top down. The edges roll perfectly worked on a smaller needle.
(file size: 938 KB; published August 9, 2016)
82% Superfine Alpaca, 12% Linen, 6% Donegal
- 5½-6 sts/inch on US 4-5 (3.5-3.75 mm) needle
- 182 yards / 50 gram ball
- hand wash cool, dry flat
- 18 colors
This versatile tweed yarn with an unusual fiber combination has superior softness and drape. Perfect for lightweight projects in cables, texture stitches or plain stockinette, and for colorwork, the 16 colors blend and contrast for infinite combinations.
new this month
Hot off the press! Our August pattern collection is dedicated to our newest yarn Arietta, a luxurious blend of merino and yak. As with all our collections, all patterns are available as individual pdf downloads or as an e-book (from Ravelry or through your LYS) AND as a printed book (from your LYS) that includes a scratch off code on the inside back cover for a pdf download of the entire book.
Look for more information about Arietta in next week's Web-Letter.