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Marshall Mens Sweater


Designer: Todd Gocken
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: S - to fit 36" chest, M - to fit 40" chest, L - to fit 44" chest, XL - to fit 48 " chest, 2X - to fit 52 " chest
Yarn Lines: Andean Treasure Yarn
Yardage: 1210 - 1680
Needles/Hooks Suggested:  
Fiber Type: Alpaca & Blends
Weight: Sport
The best sweaters are not the ones that are bought as fashion accessories; but the ones that you want to wear even if no one is around. The Marshall pullover is just that sweater. Knit from 100% baby alpaca yarn, its luxurious feel will make it a favorite for going out or staying in.
Alpaca yarns are known for their softness and wonderful hand, while their hollow fibers keep you warmer than wool. The MARSHALL sweater was designed to take advantage of the unique qualities and increased drape of alpaca yarns.
The Marshall pullover uses seamless construction with form-fitting ribbed body and sleeves, while saddles knitted in a reinforcing slip stitch pattern give the shoulders more structure and a better fit.

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4 out of 5 stars

I made this for myself with the shown colors of Andean Treasure. It really is one of my two favorite sweaters to slip into and wear with almost anything. SOOOOO soft and comfy. This being said, be absolutely sure to check your gauge. My gauage virtually always matches suggested gauge on yarn labels. In this case, however, I had to use size 3 needles. It took a long time but the right amount of yarn. Also, the technical writing is not great. If you have never done a seamless sweater, be sure you really understand the directions by reading a couple other seamless sweater patterns first. Holding underarm stitches on "waste" yarn, as it was described in the pattern, made no sense to me until I screwed it up and had to pull out a bunch of rows. Don't be discouraged, though, I do love this pattern.