Spring Sweater Pattern


The first pattern from our Season of Sweaters, Kate designed the Spring Sweater to be a classic, go-to throw on anytime with anything pullover. Worked in pieces from the bottom up, once the pieces are blocked and seamed, stitches are picked up to work the neck. 

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Kate Gagnon Osborn
Kelbourne Woolens Scout: hazelnut heather 245; 4 (4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 8, 8) skeins.
20 sts +32 rows = 4” (10 cm)in Tiny Tuck Stitch on larger ndls, after blocking.
1–Set US 2 (2.75mm) DPNs.
1–US 2 (2.75mm) 16” (40 cm) circular.
1–US 2 (2.75mm) 24” (60 cm) circular or pair straights.
1–US 4 (3.5 mm) 24” (60 cm) circular or pair straights.
Take time to check your gauge and adjust needle size(s) accordingly if necessary
Tapestry needle, stitch holders or waste yarn, stitch marker
33.25 (36.5, 39.5, 43, 46, 52.5, 55.5, 62” [84.5 (92.5, 100.5, 109.25, 117, 133.5, 141, 157.5) cm] finished bust. Sweater is designed to be worn with 4” 10 cm) ease, as desired. Sample shown meas 39.5”. Please see schematic for more detailed finished measurements.
Mattress stitch, picking up stitches, short row shaping (seeUseful Tips).

For a tutorial on working from charts, visit our Charts Series: kelbournewoolens.com/tips-and-tricks/working-from-charts

For a tutorial on using the wrap and turn method of short row shaping, visit: kelbournewoolens.com/blog/2017/05/short-row-shaping-wrap-turn

For a tutorial on calculating how to perfectly pick up stitches, visit: kelbournewoolens.com/blog/2015/04/perfectly-picked-up-stitches

For a tutorial on seaming using mattress stitch, visit: kelbournewoolens.com/blog/2018/10/mattress-stitch

For a tutorial on working a sloped bind off, visit: kelbournewoolens.com/blog/2019/09/sloped-bind-off

Images: Linette Kielinski / Team Kielinski⁠⁠