I wish I could say I used a pattern for this sweater, but, the truth is, I couldn’t find a pattern that I liked the fit of. There were several that I read through and started stitching on, but it was always something…the neckline was too large, the arm scye was too shallow, the back was baggy, etc. So, I gave up and just measured a raglan shirt that I liked, and did the calculations. And, that was mostly how this sweater came together. It’s a top-down construction, and there was a lot of trying on and some modifications. The sleeves are about 15 rows shy of what I had figured, and they’re still long and a bit baggier than I had planned, but I like how it came out in the end.
The yarn in Lion Brand Oh Baby Organic cotton in olive, sport weight. The drape of the fabric is just lovely. Would definitely recommend.