Pattern of the month! Boothill

Boothill

by Martha Wissing

Boothill pullover is a modern, slight A-Line shape with a flattering split hem and straight bracelet length sleeves. It’s knit seamlessly and in the round from the top down.

This easy pullover features a multi-color, textured slip stitch yoke and sleeves. You knit with just one color per round! You’ll essentially be knitting the pattern in two round stripes, with slip stitches and the occasional planned purl. What makes this design extra special is the addition of a new yarn, Berroco Tiramisu. Tiramisu is a lovely self-striping yarn with the soft halo of mohair. It’s quickly become a favorite of mine!

Choose your main color, a contrast color, and a Tiramisu (or a single ply long color changing yarn with solid color mohair) in a shade coordinating with your main body color.

The Slip Stitch Pattern is written line by line and charted for your knitting style preference.

Finished measurements
Bust – 33½(38-42-46-50½-55-59)“ 85(97-107-117-128-140-150)cm
Front Length – 21½(21½-22-22½-23-23½-24)” 55(55-56-57-58-60-61)cm
Back Length – 22½(22½-23-23½-24-24½-25)“ 57(57-58-60-61-62-64)cm

This garment was designed with approximately 2 – 4” (5.1 – 10.2)cm of positive ease. Please take this into consideration when selecting your size.

Note: Sleeves for the size 42 sample were knit on 16” circular needles, for the smaller sizes you may need to use double pointed needles (dpn) or the magic loop method.


Yarn Suggestions

We had so much fun making the Boothill Sweater, we had to let our creativity go wild and come up with these fun colour combinations!

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