This pattern is a reminder to me: Kia mau ki te Tūmanako, te whakapono me te aroha. (Hold fast to hope, faith, and love).
The Tūmanako Pullover is a raglan garment, worked top-down, with a stripe of cable-stitches down the middle of each section. The first 15 rows are knit flat, before joining the fronts together and working the rest of the piece in the round downwards. The original piece was designed to be crop-top length with 3⁄4 sleeves, but instructions are included on how to adjust the length of the body if you wish to make it longer or shorter. Due to the placement of the cable-stitch patterns, it is quite simple to add in any other modifications that you like, such as waist shaping and bust darts.
The pattern contains written and charted instructions. Upon download, you will receive THREE files. Select the file that contains your size.
Sample shown is in size 4/6, with 4 in./10 cm of positive ease on the model