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Bed & Breakfast Pullover

Inspired by a getaway weekend, a cable knitter creates a masterpiece.
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Description
Setting out to design the perfect sweater to wear on a getaway weekend at a New England B&B, Kathy Zimmerman came upwith this lovely, body-skimming pullover. A master in cable variations, Kathy has staggered cables, some embellished with garter-stitch centers, in a central panel. Vertical ribs framing the panel add dimension and texture to the rest of the sweater, and draw it in slightly for a closer fit. Trimming the edges in a contrast color provides a little punch.

SKU: EP0025

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kathy Zimmerman

Format: eProject

Details
Finished Size: 37 (41, 46, 51, 56)" (94 [104, 117, 129.5, 142] cm) bust/ chest circumference. Sweater shown measures 41" (104 cm).
Yarn: Cleckheaton Merino Supreme (100% wool; 64 yd [59 m]/50 g): #2205 olive (MC), 19 (21, 23, 25, 27) balls; #2204 mustard (CC), 1 ball. Yarn distributed by Plymouth.
Yarn weight: #4 - Medium
Gauge: 20 sts and 24 rows
Needles: Body Size: 9 (5.5 mm). Edgings Size 7 (4.5 mm). Neckband Size: 7 (4.5 mm): 16" (40-cm) circular (cir). Adjust needle sizes if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Notions: Cable needle (cn); markers (m); stitch holders; tapestry needle.
Originally Published: Interweave Knits Winter 2003

SKU: EP0025

Author/Speaker/Editor: Kathy Zimmerman

Format: eProject

Customer Reviews

Beautiful Sweater! Review by Elizabeth Nunes

I love this pattern! And all my friends love it too! I showed them just the front part and they, like me, are in love with it! It is exactly what you see in the picture but, more beautiful when you see the cables closely. The pattern is easy to follow but a little tricky, to me (not a very experienced knitter)at the collar. The back I chose not to knit the cables so, I'm knitting like the sleaves - just simple knit/purl stripes. I'm still in the middle of the sweater and I'm working fast to see it finished! But, unfortunately, I'll be able to wear it only in July 2012. I live in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil and it's very hot here now. I'll wait!

(Posted on 11/10/2011)

(Posted on 11/10/2011)

Bed & Breakfast Pullover (EP0025) Review by Kathleen Hall

I knit this with Paton's Classic wool (jade heather with blue edges) which made for a lovely garment. It is only for very cold days though here in Houston, TX as is a very warm sweater. I wore it inside on some cold days and had to take it off after awhile and put on a less warm sweater. The chart and its symbols was difficult to read, for me anyway, so I hand wrote out the chart line by line with standard knitting abbreviations. It took a little time; but if you're not in a big hurry, it is worth it to not be confused, and then you can knit right along row after row.

(Posted on 6/26/2011)

(Posted on 6/26/2011)

Wonderful Pullover Review by lori deVries

This pattern was easy to follow as was the chart. I knit is with yarn other than was suggested. The sweater has awesome drape and is true to the given dimensions. I will use this pattern again and again.

(Posted on 12/7/2010)

(Posted on 12/7/2010)

Bed & Breakfast Sweater Review by lori deVries

Thank you Interweave Knits for providing your clientel with easy to read, true to the photos patterns! I knit this sweater for myself and it fits like it was taylor made. The pattern was easy to follow. The chart was clear and concise. I even used a different yarn than was suggested. I will make this sweater again and again.

(Posted on 12/7/2010)

(Posted on 12/7/2010)

Bed and Breakfast Pullover Review by Jurhee Blagaich

The pullover is lovely and I love to do cables, but when the pattern is downloaded the shading on the cable legend and the pattern itself was impossible to read. This made knitting a chore.

(Posted on 6/15/2010)

(Posted on 6/15/2010)