Designed for Quince and Co, Dale is a bottom-up sweater that combines easy knitting techniques with interesting stitch detail. A broken rib stitch pattern is featured throughout – in the spit hem as well as the raglan shaping and neck trim. It uses Quince & Co’s lovely 100% wool worsted-weight Lark!

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Sizes: 34 (36¾, 39½, 42¼, 45¼, 48, 50¾, 53¾)” [86.5 (93.5, 100.5, 107.5, 115, 122, 129, 136.5) cm] bust circumference; shown in size 36¾” [93.5 cm] Recommended ease: 2-4″ [5-10 cm] positive.


17 sts and 25 rnds = 4″ [10 cm] in stockinette stitch with larger needles, after blocking

Yarn: Worsted-weight yarn, shown in Quince & Co Lark (100% wool, 50g=134 yds),  7 (7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 10, 11) skeins skeins

Needles and other supplies:
• 16″ and 24″ circulars in size US 10 [6 mm]

• 32″ circulars in sizes US 9 and 10 [5.5 and 6 mm]

• Set dpns in sizes US 9 and 10 [5.5 and 6 mm]


Pullover is worked from the bottom up, with front and back worked separately, flat, for a split hem, then joined in the round. Sleeves are worked in the round from the bottom up to underarm, then joined with body and worked in the round with raglan yoke shaping. Front of neck is shaped using short rows, then neck trim is worked in a broken rib. Stitches at underarm are joined using the Kitchener stitch.