New Moon Pullover by Krista Ann

New Moon Pullover

May 2020
both are used in this pattern
DK (11 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in Body pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1100 - 2000 yards (1006 - 1829 m)
Small (Medium, Large, 1X, 2X)
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Small (Medium, Large, 1X, 2X)
Shown in Small size with 3” of positive ease.

Bust: 34¾ (37¼, 40, 42¾, 45¼)”
Length: 25 (25½, 28, 28½, 31)”

Rozetti Yarns Alaska (44% acrylic, 26% polyamide, 15% superwash fine merino, 15% alpaca; 50g/246 yds)
907 Silver Moon (MC) – 4 (5, 5, 6, 7) balls
Rozetti Yarns Cotton Gold (65% cotton, 27% payette, 8% metallic; 25g/200 yds)
1094 Black with Silver Sequins (CC) – 1 (1, 2, 2, 2) balls
Needles: Needle A: US Size 6 (4 mm) 24-32” circular
Needle B: US Size 5 (3.75 mm) 24-32” circular and set of DPNs or your preferred needle for knitting small circumferences
Needle C: US Size 4 (3.5 mm) 24-32” circular and set of DPNs or your preferred needle for knitting small circumferences
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers, stitch holder or waste yarn

17 sts x 32 rnds = 4” in Body Pattern with Ndl A
22 sts x 27 rnds = 4” in St st with Ndl A using MC
Save time, check your gauge.

Seeking a simple knit with a lot of impact? Look no further than the New Moon Pullover. This sweater is light, lofty, and shimmers as beautifully as the night sky. It pairs soft, halo-y Alaska with glittering Cotton Gold – a yarn match made in heaven. The body features an all-over slip-stitch motif that creates the look of shimmering tiles. Drop shoulders and oversized sleeves make this piece completely on trend. Easy to dress up or down – this piece is sure to be a favorite for any chilly night.

This body of this sweater is knit seamlessly in the round from the bottom up. The front and back are separated at the underarms and worked flat. After joining the shoulders using the three-needle bind-off, sleeve stitches are picked up and knit in the round from the top down. This sweater features a slight A-line shape achieved by changing needle sizes throughout the body, ensuring that the stitch pattern is not interrupted. Gauge is taken using the largest needle size.