Keyhole Pullover

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About this Pattern

The sleeves and bottom are knit separately, from the bottom up to the underarm where they are joined and worked together with the yoke. The yoke is shaped by working a few decrease rounds. A keyhole is worked in the upper part of the yoke by changing to rows, the rejoining to working in rounds at the neck. The underarm stitches are returned to the dpn’s and are joined using a three-needle bind off. This is a completely seamless sweater! No sewing required!

Skill Level

Finished Measurements
Bust Circumference: 29 (32½, 36¼, 40, 43¾, 47½, 51)“ / 73.5 (82.5, 92, 101.5, 111, 120.5, 129.5) cm; 2–0” / 5–0 cm negative ease recommended.
Shown in: 32½” / 82.5 cm size.

Worsted weight (CYCA #4 Medium):
about 944 (1073, 1192, 1319, 1465, 1607, 1755) yards / 863 (981, 1090, 1206, 1340, 1469, 1605) meters
Shown in: O-Wool’s Balance (50 grams, 130 yards/120 meters, 50% organic wool, 50% organic cotton):
8 (9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14) hanks
Color Shown: Turquoise

Knitting Needles
Sizes US 11 / 8 mm: 16” / 40 cm and 32” / 80 cm circular and set of 4 or 5 double pointed needles (dpns), or size needed to obtain gauge.

Stitch markers (4 of one color and 1 in a contrasting color); stitch holders or waste yarn; tapestry needle.

13 sts and 30 rnds = 4” / 10 cm in Stockinette Stitch holding 2 strands of yarn together. Take time to save time, check your gauge.

To obtain the bulky weight of the yarn used in this sweater, two strands of yarn are held together and worked at the same time. Alternatively, any single strand of bulky weight yarn may be used, as long as the correct gauge is obtained

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