Elevate your wardrobe this season with this classic Intarsia Argyll sweater. The tweedy preppy Argyll pattern features a crew neck and dropped sleeves for added cosiness. Part of the argyll pattern is swiss-darned (duplicate stitch) after the garment is finished (instructions included). Sweater is worked flat from the bottom up in pieces, then seamed. Intarsia pattern is charted.
Sirdar Haworth Tweed has the richly-nepped look of popular wool tweeds in a soft merino blend that’s softer and lighter to wear.
Sirdar Haworth Tweed DK, 50g balls.
22 sts and 28 rows = 10cm in Stst on 4mm / US6 needles
|Materials (50g balls)|
|A - 913 Millstone Grey||3||3||4||4||4||5|
|B- 903 Hockney Blue||2||3||3||3||3||3|
|C- 907 Ryedale Russet||2||2||3||3||3||3|
|D - 912 Yorkshire Stone||1||2||2||2||2||2|
You will also need
- Needles: 3.25mm / US3 needles and 4mm / US6 needles - Click here to see needles
- Stitch holders, yarn / tapestry needle - Click here
When substituting yarn, compare the tension gauge of the pattern and the yarn. Working a tension square to determine the suitability of the yarn as a substitute is recommended - to compare the tension for sizing but also to test whether it creates the fabric you are after.
To determine the quantity needed, compare the total meterage needed in the pattern to the meterage on the substitute.
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