Knitting for Men:

Going Stag

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Pamela Schwab
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
8 pages Saddle-stitched
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cable, charts, knitting, men's, pattern, sweater

Going Stag is a knitting pattern for a men’s raglan pullover with a deep neckline, generous button-up shawl collar and underarm gussets for a loose fit through the shoulders. The sweater is worked in 4 x 2 ribbing with a 16-stitch Staghorn cable on the front and 4-stitch cables on the back, sleeves and and along the neckline. The body is worked bottom up, in-the-round to the neck opening, then side-to-side through the neckline to the underarms. The sleeves are worked bottom up, in-the round, then joined to the body. The sweater is then worked side-to-side through the neckline and yoke shaping. A cable edging is worked across the shoulders, then stitches are picked up along the neckline for the shawl collar. The collar is worked in 2 x 2 ribbing with short row shaping and buttonholes.

Finished Measurements: Chest: 33 (38, 43, 48) in., 84 (97, 109, 122) cm Length: 26 (27, 28, 29) in., 66 (69, 71, 74) cm Sleeve Length: 17 (18,19, 20) in., 43 (46, 48, 51) cm

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