This pattern is one of the most popular of my career. Celtic Dreams is an Aran pullover knitted from the top down, featuring saddle shoulders and square armholes, Aran motifs and a deep skirt (as the traditional Aran ribbing is called). The cuffs fit loosely in keeping with the early Arans. The saddle shoulders are worked first and the live stitches are put on holders. The front and back stitches are picked up along the edges of the saddles, and the neckline stitches are cast on. The front and back are worked downward to the armhole, where stitches are cast on for the underarm. The garment is then joined circularly, and worked to the bottom of the skirt. The sleeves are picked up along the armhole edges, and worked back and forth for a few inches, then worked circularly to the cuffs.
A discussion of avoiding cable splay.
Easy to read charts are included for each size.
WOOL KNITS UP WELL AND IS VERY SOFT.PATTERN I CAN READ