Worsted Boxy is Boxy's big brother... Much much quicker to make, but equally awesome.
This is a very simple modern sweater, with a very wide body and skinny sleeves. Worked with a worsted weight yarn at a very loose gauge, it is very flattering, drapey and stylish! A little short row section in the shoulders adds an interesting texture to the sleeves.
Directions are given to make a seamless version (worked in the round) or a seamed version (worked back and forth) of the body. The sleeves and the neckband are worked seamlessly in the round in both versions.
**Gauge:**Note: It is very important that you stretch your fabric when blocking, so make sure you measure your swatch after blocking it this way.
14 st and 20 rows to 4 inches on US 9 (5.5mm) needles, in stockinette stitch, after blocking the fabric, really stretching it.