As the name of this sweater suggests, the colorwork is not what it may seem at a first glance. Mosaic stitch is essentially a slip-stitch knitting that looks like stranded knitting – but is easier to execute, since only one color is used in any given round. The mock V-neck is knitted in the same stripe sequence as the body and therefore is worked simultaneously with it. Slipped stitches on either side of the V help to embed the simple stripe into the patterned body and bring the two together.
Intermediate difficulty - Knit, purl, decreases, slipped sts, picking up sts, working in the round, short rows.
Substitute with approximately: 460 (490, 520, 540, 570, 600) yds / 420 (440, 470, 490, 510, 540) m in MC 430 (460, 480, 510, 530, 560) yds / 390 (410, 440, 460, 480, 500) m in CC