Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()
Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF -  ()

Andrea Rangel Traverse PDF

$7.00 Each

A great addition to a man’s everyday wardrobe, Traverse from Andrea Rangel is a classically-styled cardigan features attractive color work that adds interest without being too loud.  The shawl collar creates a clean look with a cozy feel, and the raglan yoke provides a relaxed fit. The color work is subtle and masculine, and designed to be conveniently worked all on the right side.

This pattern is available as a PDF download. 

Sizes: XS (S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X)
Finished measurements: chest circumference - 36.75 (39.75, 42.75, 46.25, 49.25, 52.75, 56.75)”
Yarn: worsted weight yarn in three colors - MC: 1120 (1211, 1302, 1409, 1500, 1607, 1729) yd, CC1: 420 (454, 488, 528, 562, 602, 648) yd, CC2: 280 (303, 326, 353, 376, 403, 434) yd
Needles: US 4 (3.5mm) 32” and 60” circular needles and a set of dpns, US 6 (4mm) 32” circular needles and a set of dpns
Gauge: 21 sts and 36 rows = 4” in Stockinette with US 4, 21 sts and 26 rows = 4” color work Stockinette stitch with US 6

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Finished measurements: chest circumference - 36.75 (39.75, 42.75, 46.25, 49.25, 52.75, 56.75)”Traverse PDF
 
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for the advanced knitter

By richard

from new york, new york

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Comments about Finished measurements: chest circumference - 36.75 (39.75, 42.75, 46.25, 49.25, 52.75, 56.75)” Traverse PDF:

the needles needed for this are not large and when you have good yarn, counting the rows is difficult if you do not actually notate them as you go.
sometimes the instructions are not clear, but they are easily adjusted (when increasing stitches in a row)
carrying over the yarn behind the stitches when in the pattern does not seem practical to me, as it could easily get caught in wear and probably rip. I belle-isled the stitches, but then had to refigure how much yarn would actually be needed.

however, I will be very excited to finish this sweater. it looks great. when I make the present of it, I'm sure the recipient will be very impressed.

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