Goodale is named after the street that we were on in Columbus, Ohio where Melissa LaBarre took these lovely photos. Goodale is knit from the top down with raglan shaping, an i-cord edging and simple folded over pockets.
I got a great question about this pattern and I thought I would share, If alternating skeins of a hand dyed yarn, where do you twist?
I did some swatching and found that if you twist at the end of the WS rows right before you work the end I-cord trim, it works well. Another suggestion is to twist the 2 skeins at the underarm.
The size I am wearing, 34 inch, is shown with no ease. I used the lovely Madelinetosh Pashmina in Composition Book Grey. Always take time to save time and check your gauge!