Your email has been added to our list! Please check your inbox for a welcome message and a code to get free shipping on your first order.

Why, hello there! Your email is already on our list, so you're one of the first to know about Knit Picks exclusives, sales, and offers.

No, thanks!
Read Reviews (1):
1.000000 out of 5 stars

Sestina Pullover

$4.99 - $17.99




Your Cost: $14.99


Designer: Cheryl Toy
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Advanced
Sizes Included: 35.75", 40.25", 44.5", 48.75", 53", 58" finished bust
Yarn Lines: Palette Yarn
Yardage: 1617 - 2079
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 4 (3.5mm): 32” circular needles and DPNs 
Fiber Type: Wool & Blends
Weight: Fingering
Please Note: There's an error in this pattern if you purchased it before 02/15/2018. Click here for the correction.
Highlighted with graceful, open cables, this delicate garment brings out the feminine side of cables. Whether your style tends chic or bohemian, a modern sillhouette and lyrical drape make Sestina a versatile layering piece or a great stand-alone wardrobe staple.

The Sestina Pullover is a worked from the top down, with raglan sleeves and a wide scoop neck.

This pattern is fully charted.

Windward: Cable Collection (Printed Book)
SKU: 33386
$17.99   Qty:
Sestina Pullover (Paid Download)
SKU: 52328D
Does not count toward free shipping threshold
$4.99   Qty:
Windward: Cable Collection eBook (eBook, Paid Download)
SKU: 75302D
Does not count toward free shipping threshold
$14.99   Qty:




To view this content please ensure that Adobe Flash Player version 10.0.0 or greater is installed.

Or you may use the classic version of the Kit Builder instead.

  • Customer Picks
  • Need Needles?
  • Errata
Needles: Size 4 (3.5mm): 32” circular needles and DPNs 
Looking for the right knitting neeedles? Start here »
Oops! There's an error in this pattern if you purchased it before 02/15/2018. Click here for the correction.
1 out of 5 stars

I started the pullover but couldn't make the conversion from the neck to the body cables work. I tried numerous times to understand how to carry on but it just didn't seem to make any sense AND I couldn't find any help for the problem. I have knit many cable sweaters before but couldn't make this work. Very disappointed and I applied my wool to another project.