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Designed from the shoulders down in one piece, the Yoho pullover features surprisingly easy cabled sections. While drop shoulders can sometimes feel boxy and bulky, adding a saddle shoulder allows sleeves to fit and flatter both girls and guys.

I named this design after Yoho National Park, in the B.C. Rockies. When we lived in Calgary, our favorite weekend spot was a small but perfect lake, Emerald Lake, nestled in the mountains. I wore this there on several visits, and now that I live in Toronto, it always reminds me of that rugged place in the wilderness.

Shown in Brown Sheep Shepherd’s Shades (100% Wool, 131 yds/118m per 3.5oz ball), color “Red Plum”

Previously published as “Charisma” in 2008

S[M, L, XL]

Finished Measurements:

40[44, 48, 52] inch finished chest 


Heavy Aran-weight yarn:
Women’s: 1100[1300, 1500, 1700] yds
Men’s: 1300[1500, 1700, 1900] yds
24” US 8/5mm circular needle
16”US 8/5mm circular needle
1 set US 8/5mm double pointed needles
stitch holders
yarn needle
cable needle (optional)
stitch markers

$5.00 US

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