Ann Arbor Sport

ann arbor sport pullover knitting pattern, thermal rib

Like its worsted weight predecessor, Ann Arbor Sport melds bohemian elements with sporty ones.
Just the thing for an afternoon at the stadium, lunch at Zingerman's Deli, or a stroll across the Quad.

ann arbor sport pullover knitting pattern, thermal rib

This sport weight wear-anywhere pullover is knitted in my own cushy thermal rib tuck-stitch pattern, worked in a classic raglan style, with boho rolled edges and options of either crew or T necklines.

ann arbor sport pullover knitting pattern, thermal rib

Ann Arbor Sport is knitted in the round from the top down, beginning with a provisional cast-on at the neckline. The stitch pattern is a variation on classic brioche, with a wide raglan panel for shaping the yoke. Sleeves and body are unshaped and are finished with a classic rib followed by a rolled edge. The neckline has a double-knitted baffle that adds both style and neckline stability, can be made in either a crew or T neck.

ann arbor sport pullover knitting pattern, thermal rib

Stats

Pattern sizes: 1 (2, 3, 4) (5, 6, 7) (8, 9, 10).
Sweater measurements: 31 (34, 37, 40) (42, 45, 48) (51, 54, 57" at chest level. 5-8" ease recommended.
Shown in size 3, worn with 8" ease on a 36" dress form.

Yarn: Sunday Knits sport weight yarns including Heaven (100% cashmere) Nirvana 3 ply (merino cashmere), Eden 3 ply (merino), Brigadoon 3 ply (merino tweed) or Angelic 3 ply (merino angora); 225 m / 245 yd per 50 g / 134 oz skein: 5 (6, 7, 7) (8, 8, 9) (9, 10, 11) skeins.
Shown in Heaven charcoal

Substitute any light sport-weight yarn that works nicely to gauge: 1080 (1430, 1540, 1630) (1760, 1860, 2030) (2160, 2370, 2470) yds.

Gauge: 16 sts and 52 rows = 4" / 10 cm in pattern stitch (Thermal Rib Stitch) using size 5 (3.75 mm) needles.

Needles & Notions: US 5 (3.75 mm) and 4 (3.5 mm) circular and/or double- pointed needles; cable needle, stitch markers, crochet hook for provisional cast-on, stitch holder or waste yarn.
Note that a smaller needle may be needed if using Sunday Knits Heaven cashmere yarn, which is a little bit plumper than our sport-weight woolen yarn.

Techniques used: Alternate cable cast-on, twisted stitches, cables, pick up and knit, short rows, Italian sewn bind-off. All techniques are explained, with linked resources.

Pattern includes: Written instructions, charts, schematic, glossary.

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