Errata: The chart key for the dot (purl stitch) should read purl on RS and knit on WS
Here in Maine we have a name for this beautiful time of year: Woodstove Season. A time when the logs are split in preparation for the crisp, chilly nights. Sticks are gathered. Fires are kindled. Cider is mulled. And yarn is brought out of its hiding place to be celebrated and enjoyed.
Woodstove Season is worked top down, raglan style. Super long sleeves can be folded back for cozy cuffs, or pulled down over the fingers on days mittens are forgotten. Add in waist shaping, thoughtful bust darts and quickly flared hips, and you have a sweater that creates curves on straight-bodied women and flatters the full figured body. Small, sewn-on chevron pockets adorn the front, and 3 closure options provide knitters with the individual tweaks they crave to make it personal.
Equally suitable for aran and worsted weight yarns so long as you match gauge.
Shown in Brooklyn Tweed Loft. A substitute yarn is shown below.