Rain Falling on Cedars

The knockout collar is just the beginning!

p9Add a fit that's both relaxed and refined, with a slight A-line,

... top-down one-piece knitting in an innovative modular progression,

... and set-in style sleeves that use my own combination of picking up and shaping the top of the sleeve caps with short rows, then working the remaining sleeve cap together with the sweater body, in raglan fashion.

Slant pockets are knit in.

Must Knit.


Finished sweater sizes: 36 (39, 42, 45, 48, 52, 56, 60)" (measured at sweater chest - buttoned).

Recommended for bust sizes: 32 (35, 38, 41, 44, 48, 52, 56)" worn with 3-5" ease for a fit that is both refined and relaxed. The shoulder will have a slight drop and there will be a comfortable amount of underarm depth. Shown in size 42 with 6" ease.

Gauge: 20 sts and 27 rows = 4" in St st using size 7 needles.

Yarn: Sunday Knits 5 ply (worsted weight - 125 m / 137 yd per 50 g / 1 34 oz skein) in Angelic (75% merino 25% angora), Nirvana (92% merino 8% cashmere), Eden (100% merino) or Brigadoon (100% merino tweed): 10 (11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17) skeins. Shown in Angelic moth.

Needles: US Size 7 (4.5 mm) straight or circular needles (circs); size 8 (5 mm) for collar cast on; size 6 (4 mm) circs for picking up sleeve cap sts and circs or straight needles for front bands.

Notions: Stitch markers, waste yarn, stitch holders.

Techniques used: Lace knitting, short rows, pick up and knit.

Pattern includes: Schematics, glossary, link to short-rows tutorial, collar stitch pattern in charted format only.




Knit Rain Falling on Cedars

© Sunday Knits 2016. All rights reserved. Design and photography by Carol Sunday.
Edited by Sandra Whittaker. Modeled by Rebekah Smith and Alison Wang