This pattern was inspired by fingertips' beautiful Almond Collection. It is for knitters with some experience and lots of patience: Beauty takes time! You need to be able to knit and purl through the back loop, make double increases and decreases, and read charts.
You don't need to be adventurous, but open-minded and confident, and you’ll custom-knit the pullover in your size with the yarn and needles of your choice. The needle sizes given below depend on the yarn you want to use. Light fingering or fingering yarn will be best. For size S, I used up 3 skeins of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light (385 m/420 yds per 100 g) on 3.75 mm (UK 9, US 5) needles. You can also make this with laceweight yarn just like my first Almond Pullover, but be prepared to keep working on it for a loooooong time!
The pullover is worked bottom-up flat in four separate pieces and seamed. The fabric will be dense, but also extremely stretchy.
The downloadable PDF includes both the English and the German version (6 pages each).
It is a beautiful sweater. Haven’t tried to knit it yet. But the pattern is unlike any I have ever followed.