Sand Waves Sweater
The Sand Waves Sweater is a knitting pattern for a raglan sweater made with a combination of cables and lace knitting. The Sand Waves Sweater has top-down raglan construction and is worked in one piece. That means no sewing is needed at the end. Thanks to the top-down construction, you can check the length while knitting your sweater and adjust it easily to your needs.
SIZE: XS, S, M, L and XL
MEASUREMENTS: Width: 42, 45, 48, 51, 54 cm, length variable.
YOU WILL NEED:
- 4 and 5 mm circular needles
- E.g. 4 (XS, S, M) or 5 (L, XL) x 100g we are knitters cotton wool, or a similar cotton yarn (100g = ~212m)
- A cable needle
- Some stitch markers
GAUGE IN STOCKINETTE STITCH:
18 stitches = 10 cm
23 rows = 10 cm
You should master these basic techniques:
Knit stitch – purl stitch – cast-on – cast-off.
The following techniques are explained in the pattern:
Knit 2 together – left leaning decrease – central double decrease – left leaning increase – right leaning increase.