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Boatneck Raglan Pullover
Pattern Number: 70112AD
Rating: *****
4.7 (based on 3 reviews)
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Boatneck Raglan Pullover Reviewed by Kelly on 2011-07-24 ****
Made this for my sister in law. She is a small and the medium fit her well but was too tight in the armpit area. I had to make some 1'' pieces to place in the arm seam to make it more comfortable. Plan on making myself this sweater but in a deep navy blue and making the sleeves 3/4 so it will be more of a nautical every day sweater. I live in a Sea port town in New England and all the tourists that saw me working on it wanted one too!

Boatneck Raglan Pullover Reviewed by Dawne Rekas on 2009-01-26 *****
Finally finished this for myself after getting help on the m1P stitch in yoke from Lion customer service. This was an extremely confusing stitch, but the sweater is really beautiful and true to size.

Boatneck Raglan Pullover Reviewed by Shirley McVay on 2009-01-24 *****
This is a beautiful sweater. My granddaugher was thrilled.
Care must be taken with this
yarn to make the stitches as even as possible. Also the m1-purl thru the back was a struggle. I had to practice for several days to get it right. It seems that the arms were just a bit short.

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