This raglan sweater features a cool double sleeve detail - the long sleeve is knit in a contrast colour and sewn into the cap sleeve under the ribbing. The back, front and cap sleeves are knit flat, while the long sleeve is knit in the round. The high-crew neckline is finished with an i-cord edge.

This is a suitable pattern for advanced beginners, comfortable with cables, and basic increases and decreases.


This would also make a great short-sleeved summer top worked up in a worsted cotton or cotton blend yarn.

Choosing a size: This sweater is designed to be worn with 0-4” of positive ease in the bust, meaning you can wear it close-fitting or a bit larger than your actual measurements.


  • Number of pages: 7

  • Written instructions & charts

  • 5 Women’s Sizes: [1/2/3/4/5] [36.5/40/45.25/50/55.25]” finished bust

  • Measurements given in inches


  • [804/896/1014/1141/1317] yards worsted weight yarn - sample shown in Cascade 220 (100% wool; 100g; 200 m/220 yrds)

  • MC: [579/656/738/812/933] yards

  • CC: [225/240/276/329/384] yards

  • 4.5 mm (US 7) straight or circular needles for front, back and cap sleeves; working flat

  • 4.5 mm (US 7) double pointed needles for working long sleeve in the round

  • Darning needle

  • 3 stitch markers, more if desired


  • 18 sts/24 rows or rounds over 4”/10cm square in Front Cable Panel, after blocking

  • 17 sts/24 rows or rounds over 4”/10cm square in stockinette, after blocking

Sample shown in Size 1 on 35” bust in 8401 Light Grey Heather (MC) & 8400 Charcoal Grey (CC).