Cable Mesh Sweater PDF Pattern
Elevate your wardrobe with our statement-making drop-shoulder sweater! Featuring a bold combination of cables, Irish mesh, and twisted rib for texture lovers.
It’s surprisingly easy to find your rhythm with these stitch patterns, so don’t let the details fool you. It has enough variation to keep you interested, but won’t keep you glued to charts and instructions (but there is a substantial chart included for any visual learners).
Knit flat from the bottom up and seamed together when finished to create a flattering seamline up the sides and under the sleeves. Sleeves are knit separately and seamed together, then attached to the sweater. The neckline is picked up and knit once the shoulders are complete.
Suitable for Advanced level knitters and above.
Fit & Yarn Details
We recommend a worsted/10ply weight yarn in 100% wool.
Model wears size B with approx 12 cm / 4.75” positive ease. Designed to be worn with 10-15cm / 4-6" of ease depending on your personal preference. Sizes read as: A (B, C, D) (E, F, G, H)
Finished bust measurements: cm = 92 (100, 104, 112) (116, 124, 128, 132) / inches = 37 (40, 41.5, 45) (46.5, 49.5, 51, 53)"
Yarn Quantity: metres = 1,350 (1,350, 1,490, 1,490) (1,625, 1,625, 1,625, 1,760) / yards = 1,476 (1,476, 1,629, 1,629) (1,777, 1,777, 1,777, 1,925)
Needles: 4.0mm/US 6 straight or circular needles for ribbing and 4.5mm/US 7 straight or circular needles, or size to obtain gauge.
Gauge: 23 stitches and 31 rows = 10 x 10 cm in stockinette stitch
For our sample, we used: Quince & Co. Lark (worsted weight, 100% wool); 134 yd / 123m per 50g skein. 10 (10, 11, 11) (12, 12, 12, 13) skeins in Dogwood.