The ultimate stash buster- so get out your favorite yarn bits and let’s go! Beginning with a tubular cast on, this sweater body is knit from the bottom up in panels. The sleeves are knit separately from the top down as panels and finally the sweater is seamed up. The neck is a folded 1x1 rib.

    HERE IS A LINK to a try on video

    This sweater has a boxy fit with dropped shoulders. See spec drawing for measurements. The sizes are XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL).


    The pattern is intended as a stash buster but I will list all of the yarns that I used in the sample. For the most part I used fingering weight yarns in the sample.

    Approximately 675 (720, 770, 900, 950, 1075, 1130) grams of worsted weight yarn (or fingering weight held double)


    • US 5, 24-inch circular needles
    • US 5, 16-inch circular needles
    • A set of US 2 double pointed needles
    • Stitch markers
    • Stitch holders or scrap yarn

    SKILL LEVEL: Advanced

    CREDITS: This one took an actual village. Thanks to everyone especially Nikki and Nasa

    This pattern was expertly tech edited by Dawn Catanzaro + Brambles and Bindweed and test knit by the following group of courageous individuals: Nikki Jones of Dark Harbour Yarn, Nasa Cedercrantz, Amelia Stier, Jennifer Nelson, Amanda Hu of HuMade Yarn, and Rebecca Casas