A contemporary reimagining of a classic Sirdar Pattern by Alison Moreton. The original was knitted in pieces, with a shaped cast-off to accommodate the yoke. In a method that seems odd to us now, the yoke was knitted separately in the round, using three-needle sizes for shaping (there is no increasing or decreasing) and sewn on at the end. This re-interpretation is worked as a classic top-down yoked sweater – the yoke is shaped with three-needle sizes just as in the original, but the sweater is made in one piece, with additional raglan shaping to fit at the underarm.
Knit in Yorkstone with trims of Rhubarb, Filey & Viking, it offers a pop of colour to any outfit.
There are two sizes of the original colourway available both recommend around 1" positive ease adding to your bust size.