Is it salty or sweet, a sweater or a poncho? Kettle Corn is a little of both.
A pullover sweater with high side slits and a big cozy cowl. Perfect for a cold evening at home with your favorite sweats and even better on a sunny day when it is still cool and you need an extra layer.
It is a fast knit, top down, a great first sweater. I did it in a bright color because I needed a little sunshine after this long winter. And just as I finished, the sun came out for the photo shoot. Cold but sunny, salty and sweet, just like Kettle Corn!
Some details: It is intended to have a positive ease of 4 – 6 inches. Model is shown with 6″ positive ease in size 38. Actual chest sizes are 36 (38, 40, 42, 44, 46)
Yarn is Knit Picks City Tweed HW in Lemon Curd. This is an Aran Weight yarn. Yardage needed is 924 (984,1054, 1119, 1184, 1249)
Gauge is 14 stitches and 22 rows in stockinette on a US 10 needle.
For more details and to purchase go to Ravelry.