Secale Raglan Pattern

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A full color printed copy of the Secale Raglan pattern from Harrisville Designs. This pullover uses Harrisville Designs daylights.

Designer: Sarah Solomon

finished measurements
Bust: 38¼ (41, 43½, 46¼, 49, 51½, 54¼, 57, 59½, 62¼, 65, 67½)” / 97 (104, 110.5, 117.5, 124.5, 131, 138, 145, 151, 158, 165, 171.5) cm. This garment has a relaxed but tailored fit. It is intended to be worn with 4 - 6” / 10 - 15.5 cm of positive ease for a trim fit, or 6 - 10” / 15.5 - 25.5 cm of positive ease for a dramatic, over-sized fit.

yarn
Harrisville daylights (DK weight)
85% Cormo Wool; 15% wool
250 yards per 100 g skein
shown in TBA
4 (4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7) skeins, or 877 (979, 1050, 1120, 1184, 1250, 1330, 1409, 1493, 1592, 1671, 1743) yards of DK weight yarn.

needle size
US 6 (4.00 mm): 16” circ.
US 7 (4.50 mm): 16″ / 32″ circ.

gauge
18 sts and 28 rows = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette on larger needle, after gently wet-blocking
20 sts and 30 rows = 4” / 10 cm in seeded rib pattern on larger needle, after gently wet-blocking

notions
stitch marker
waste yarn
tapestry needle

notes
a. The body and sleeves of this pullover are worked flat, then seamed using mattress stitch. The raglan collar is picked up around neckline and worked in the round.

b. A 32” circ is suggested to accommodate the number of stitches in the body, but straight needles can be used for body and sleeves. 16” circ is required for working collar.

c. The back raglan armhole depth is 1” / 2.5 cm longer than the front depth for an improved fit. The top of the sleeve cap is sloped between the two different raglan lengths.

d. A garter stitch selvedge is used throughout.

e. For best results, the designer recommends using the Sloped Bind-off method for shaping the neck and tops of the sleeves.

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