Valley Yarns 458 Stella Pullover - Download (458)
Valley Yarns 458 Stella Pullover - Download (458)
Valley Yarns 458 Stella Pullover - Download (458)
Valley Yarns 458 Stella Pullover - Download (458)
Valley Yarns 458 Stella Pullover - Download (458)

Valley Yarns 458 Stella Pullover

$4.99 – $5.49

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The Valley Yarns Stella Pullover is a top-down, seamless raglan sweater adorned with simple lace eyelets. The loose gauge makes this a light and sheer layering favorite.

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Finished Measurements: 32 (36, 40, 44, 48, 52)”

Yarn: 1 cone Valley Yarns 2/14 Alpaca Silk (80% Alpaca/20% Silk, 8.8oz/1736yds) color Light Gray

Needles: US 9 (5.50mm) 32” and 16” circular; US 9 (5.50mm) DPNs

Gauge: 4 sts and 6 rows = 1” in eyelet pattern

PDF updated 10/29/2014.

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Yarn: 1 cone Valley Yarns 2/14 Alpaca Silk (80% Alpaca/20% Silk, 8.8oz/1736yds) color Light Gray458 Stella Pullover
 
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Pattern flawed from the start

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Comments about Yarn: 1 cone Valley Yarns 2/14 Alpaca Silk (80% Alpaca/20% Silk, 8.8oz/1736yds) color Light Gray 458 Stella Pullover:

I really liked the wide neckline on the model. Unfortunately, all sizes (from 32" bust to 52") cast on the same number of stitches at the neckline. I'm 5'11" with broad shoulders and large bust. I chose to make the 48" version so that I would have a close fit. What is a lovely, almost-ballet neckline on the model is a slightly-baggier-than-crew neckline on me. This is a top-down sweater, very much keyed in to the number of stitches in play. I am frogging and going to try the neck on larger needles, but I suspect I may need to attempt to rewrite the whole pattern. Which is irksome indeed.

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