“Namu” is the Korean word for “tree”. In traditional Korean paintings, the tree symbolizes resilience, constancy, and strength, and their gnarled and twisted nature is depicted in the all-over cabled motif. An adaptation of the Namu Cowl pattern, this pullover will keep you warm and cozy and oh-so-snuggled-up in squishy cabled goodness!
Some experience knitting garments may be helpful, but this sweater has been designed as an easy-to-knit beginner pullover. The sweater is knit top-down and seamlessly in the round. Please note, this pattern heavily utilizes charted instructions!
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Sizes Included: 31, 35, 39, 43, 47, 51, 55, 59, 63, 67" bust/chest
Yarn Weight: Worsted
Yarn Line: Wool of the Andes Worsted
Fiber Type: Wool
Needle Sizes: Size 6 (4mm) and Size 7 (4.5mm): circular needles
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