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Download Pattern Here Irish Knit Sweater Pattern
Revised pdf 6/12/16
Round 7: K2, P4, Sl 3 sts to cn hold in front of work, K3, K3 from cn, P4, K2, K18
Row 19: K2, P4, Sl 3 sts to cn hold in front of work, K3, K3 from cn, p4, K2
This week’s sweater is an Irish Knit pullover. It features a simple cable design and a contrasting scarf.
The sweater is knit all in one piece with no seaming. It is made using only 3 double pointed needles. . You knit in the round as you would with 4 or 5 needles but it is so much less awkward on such a tiny garment.
Sweater is approx. 3″ tall
- Size 2 Double pointed needles (set of 3)
- Sport Weight, dk, lace or DMC #5 pearl cotton weight yarn. 30 yards for main color. 10 yards for scarf. Yarn used in sample is sport weight wool.
- miniature doll coat hanger or Large paper clip to make your own coat hanger.
- large darning needle
- Cable needle
inc.= increase. Increases are made by knitting in front and back of stitch.
dec. = decrease
ssk = Slip, slip, Knit
st st = Stockinette Stitch
cn = cable needle
Here is a video I found on You tube to make your own coat hangers out of large paper clips: