NEW PATTERN / Child's Classic Raglan Pullover

Child's Classic Raglan Pullover knitting pattern by Jane Richmond

When I realized that there was a gap in Elsie’s hand knits I dropped everything and even unraveled a bit of my WIP (this yarn was meant to be a pair of French Press Felted Slippers for me).

Child's Classic Raglan Pullover knitting pattern by Jane Richmond
I really wanted to knit something simple and classic, raglan sweaters knit from the top down are my absolute favorite, I also wanted to use this opportunity to achieve the perfect the fit seeing as I seem to work with this yarn often and hope to write a pattern for ladies and maybe even one for the gents.

Child's Classic Raglan Pullover knitting pattern by Jane Richmond
 

 


Child's Classic Raglan Pullover knitting pattern by Jane Richmond

PATTERN DETAILS

Materials
2(2, 3, 3, 3) x 100g balls of Patons Classic Wool, shade Natural Mix. 410(410, 615, 615, 615) meters
5 mm circular needle, 24 inches
5 mm dpns
4.5 mm dpns
4 stitch markers for raglan shaping + 1 distinguishable marker for beginning of rnd.
Waste Yarn
Yarn Needle


    Gauge
    18 sts and 24 rows = 4 in over st st using larger needles.

    Sizes
    2(4, 6, 8, 10) yrs

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    Child's Classic Raglan Pullover knitting pattern by Jane Richmond


    Happy Knitting!



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