One Fits Many Pullover
This One Fits Many Pullover in HiKoo Kenzington is a one-size sweater that truly fits many different body types and sizes. The simple design incorporates vertical striping in both color and texture, which is flattering on everyone. The loftiness that is created in HiKoo Kenzington by the way it is manufactured makes garments that are knit with it both lightweight, yet very warm.
Size: One size
Finished Measurements: 49” chest x 29” long (back)
Yarn Requirements: HiKoo Kenzington, 5 hanks in 1000 Pavlova (MC), 1 hank in 1008 Kale (CC1), and 1 hank in 1025 Elegan (CC2)
Needle(s): US size 9 (5.5mm) 32” circular needle & 16” circular needle OR DPNs; US 7/7 (4.5mm) crochet hook
Gauge: 15 sts & 24 rows = 4” in Gtr st; 24 sts & 24 rows = 4” in 2 x 2 rib
Reviewed by 2 customers
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I really like the yarn but it is very knotty.
This pattern was never proofread or field-tested. The numbers for the short rows on the neck shaping do not make sense. And information is left out, e.g. how to start the other side of the neck shaping. The stich counts on the neck are also off. When we get to picking up to add colors to the the neck, it is not specified which side of the neck we should work from. The SR stitch also does not make any sense. I wrote to skacel to ask for clarification and all I got back was that they did not know what to do either! I asked about the instructions for the SR stitch because they were incomprehensible to me, and I was told that they did not understand the stitch until they were shown it. Even an instruction like 'pick up 50 stitches on the sleeve and knit 2 x 2 rib' is incomoprehemnsible because 2 x 2 rib is a multiple of 4. Someone shuld have at least proofread this pattern and field tested it before it was published. I am a skilled knitter and I am basically inventing it as I go along.