Men's Top Down Raglan Sweater
Difficulty level: Intermediate
Free Men Sweater Knitting Pattern
Sizes: S (M, L, XL, XXL)
Chest: 92 (102, 112, 122, 132) cm [36 (40, 44, 48, 52) in.]
Close up of the sweater
Back of the sweater
# 1. Poster: kjax
December 23, 2013
thank you so much for this pattern! it's exactly what i was looking for, had "invented" it before but was not up to re-invention at this point in life. it has the great fitting neck without short-rowing in the back...thank you for writing it out! i have some indigo-dyed wool, and will let you know how i make out. you have made my day! kj
# 2. Poster: jfitzgerald
January 21, 2014
I understand that you increase at the Ragland lines until you divide for the sleeves every other row. Do you keep increasing at the end of the row which has become the center?
Also there is a dip thing in the center front before joining. Do you sew it closed before adding the neck ribbing?
# 3. Poster: Elaine Phillips
February 11, 2014
You stop the increases before dividing for sleeves.
# 4. Poster: Cecily
March 3, 2014
I understand from previous comments that I join at the start of round 21 and continue to increase at the raglan lines. My question is-- do I also need to do any thing with the edge stitches or the increases at the beginning and end of the row? By any chance do you have anything showing the number of stitches at various points--number of stitches per sleeve. Thank you
# 5. Poster: Elaine Phillips
March 6, 2014
After you join and start working in the round you include selvedge sts in the bodice of the sweater. The increases shape the neckline in will be also included in the sweater stitch count.
# 6. Poster: Patricia habegger
July 16, 2014
I'm almost done with the collar, but I'm confused that on the picture it looks like it's ribbed and I don't find that in the instructions.
I also find it difficult to understand that it will be wide enough across the shoulders to fit with a total of 139 stitches (that's what I figure I should end up with after my increases for the medium size. ( plus those three you add to join). Am I missing something?
# 7. Poster: Margaret Hollister
August 23, 2012
Seemed just right to knit my homespun wool but lost the plot with it when I started to knit the rounds before sleeve division.
Did I keep on increasing at raglan line? every round or alt? will try another pattern and hope to use this one with clearer instructions given.
# 8. Poster: Elaine Phillips
August 24, 2012
You have to make increases at the raglan lines in every odd row until you have to divide for sleeves.
# 9. Poster: Margaret Hollister
August 24, 2012
Thank you for your quick response. I thought this was probably so but with no stitch numbers to guide me and this piece of vital info not included I did not have the heart to experiment. I will try again
# 10. Poster: ClaudetteView All Comments (12)
October 16, 2012
Do I join in the round right from the get go? 53 stitches in the round doesn't look like enough room for a head to get through...
Am I missing something?
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