Pullpy Sweater (English)

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Pullpy Sweater is a renewed sailor pattern combining classic techniques like the modified raglan and originality with a pattern mixing intarsia, mattress stitch and duplicate stitch to give depth to Pullpy, the octopus. It will delight the most difficult of gentlemen by giving their wardrobe character and a touch of modernity.
Pullpy Sweater is designed for men but can be worn by women by adjusting the length of sleeves and body.

If you want to know more about Pum & Pullpy story, click here.

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Description

Pullpy Sweater is a renewed sailor pattern combining classic techniques like the modified raglan and originality with a pattern mixing intarsia, mattress stitch and duplicate stitch to give depth to Pullpy, the octopus. It will delight the most difficult of gentlemen by giving their wardrobe character and a touch of modernity.
Pullpy Sweater is designed for men but can be worn by women by adjusting the length of sleeves and body.

It is part of the Pym & Pullpy Collection which you can find here as an ebook.

Yarn

You need a fingering yarn to knit this sweater.

I used La Pelote Vagabonde Abri Fingering (100 % Merino) 400 m / 100 g in three colorways:
CC1: color Ecailles Tigrées approx. 518 (613, 700)(796, 899)(974, 1076) m
CC2: color Neptune Grincheux approx. 498 (589, 673)(765, 864) (935, 1034) m
CC3: color Tête de Linotte approx. 70 (75, 80)(80, 85)(90, 95) m

Gauge

24 sts / 36 rds in stockinette st

Notions

100 cm (40’’) 3.5 mm (US4) circ needle
30 cm (12’’) 3.5 mm (US4) circ needle (or 5 DPN’s) for small circumference
Tapestry needle
4 Stitch Markers
Scrap yarn to put sleeves on hold

Finished Chest Measurements

90 (98.5, 108.5)(118.5, 128.5)(138.5, 148.5) cm / 35½ (38¾, 42¾)(46¾, 50½)(54¾, 58½)“

Construction

This sweater is worked from the top with the modified raglan yoke method, starting with the neckband. Back, front and sleeves are worked together before separating them to work the body flat on the intarsia part that you’re going to sew at the end, then in the round to finish the body and finally finish the sleeves.
This sweater is designed to fit with positive ease (+ 12-18 cm/
5-7”)..

Skills level

3/5

Used techniques