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*Roar!* is my take on the leopard print trend - you get just a bit of this flirtatious yet classic motif near your face. Did you know that leopard print is considered a neutral?
The pullover is worked top down in the round seamlessly. When the yoke is finished, body and sleeves are worked separately to the hem. Easy peasy! (and you are left with a stylishly unique sweater that I promise you no one else has). Choose your colors and cast on! I think the sweater looks awesome in pretty much any combo, but I am partial to classic shades here.
NEEDLES - US#6/4.00 mm 24” circular needles; US#5/3.75mm 16” circular needles; US#6/4.00mm 16” circular needles and DPNs
GAUGE - 20 sts/27 rows per 4"(10cm) in Stockinette Stitch blocked with US#6/4.00mm needles
YARN WEIGHT - Worsted weight(approximately 200 yards per 100 g)
YARN AMOUNT - 800(850, 900, 1000), (1100, 1200, 1300) yards of MC (color Camel in sample); 200-220 yards of CC (color Black in sample) for all sizes
YARN RECOMMENDED - Cascade Yarns Cascade 220
NOTIONS - Tapestry needle, scrap yarn, markers
FINISHED SIZE - 32” (35”, 38”, 41”), (44”, 47”, 50”), 53.2" or XS (S, M1, M2), (L, XL, 2XL), 3XL
TECHNIQUES USED - Casting on/Binding off, Knitting and purling, Stranded Knitting
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