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Ribbed Pull-Over for Women

Difficulty: Easy

Delivery Method:
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Pattern Difficulty

Intrepid Beginner to advanced knitters: requires knowledge of knitting, purling, working in the round on circular needles, increasing and decreasing


20 sts and 28 rows over 4"/10 cm in St st on a US 8/5 mm needle or needle size to obtain gauge.

Yarn and Other Materials

Yarn Requirements

Cutaway Sleeveless: 700 - 1000 yds (640 - 915m)Short Sleeves: 900 - 1300 yds (825 - 1,188m) 3/4 length sleeves: 1300 -1800 yds (1,188 - 1,645m)
Long bell sleeves: 1500 - 2000 yds (1371 - 1828m)

Needles and Materials

Size 8 (5mm) 32" (80cm) and 12" (30cm) circular needlesStitch markersTapestry needle
Sewing needle
Nylon beading thread2 1/4" (.625cm) buttons for back neck

First Edition

We noticed, after we went to press for the Spring Collection, that the yardage requirements were a bit low for the Top Down Pullover. Here is the revised yardage. So sorry for any inconvenience!

Yarn Table

Second Edition

Row 1 (RS) Establish the K3, P2 ribbed pattern as listed by size below:
Sizes 40 - 44 & 46 - 50 Begin with P1, *K3, P2,* placing markers on both sides of the following sts 18, 28, 63, 73. End row with P1.