A shadow diamond cable dominates this a-line sweater with a curved flattering hem. I-cord bands frame the bottom of the sweater, while garter stitches mark the sides and the round neckband. The sweater, with or without the cowl to dress it up, make the outfit ideal for the Goddess of good luck; Oydis. The body of the sweater is knitted flat, while the sleeves are knitted in the round. In the sample, a fine tweed yarn is held together with an alpaca lace yarn, with a chain construction, to create a fabric with a beautiful stitch definition and a slight halo. A substitute yarn is shown below - use it held singly for the same result.
**Notes: **The body is worked flat, while the sleeves are worked in the round. The sleeves begin with making an I-cord and picking up stitches from the cord, but use a provisional cast on and then later work an I-cord bind off, as on the body, if you prefer.
The matching Oydis Cowl can be found here
based on 5 reviews over the last year
I'm currently knitting this, but so far, so good. The back & front are knitted flat, the sleeve are knitted in the round. I knew this when I bought the pattern. I'm not good at circular knitting, but they have included the cable pattern in both formats, so I'm hopeful that I will be able to convert the sleeves to flat knitting. Lovely pattern though, I'm enjoying working on it.