This lovely pullover can be sewn together three different ways, making it so easy to customize to fit a certain style.
Let your creativity shine by making the endlessly-customizable Trillium Pullover. The beauty of the Trillium Pullover is that it is both simple and sophisticated. It is made up of two knit rectangles that can be sewn together in three different ways. The sewing options are cap sleeves, asymmetrical and slit sleeves.
Another way to customize your Trillium Pullover is through your choice of yarn. The recommended yarn is lightweight with a subtle texture, a great hand feel and beautiful drape. The result is a breezy summer top that looks equally amazing at the beach or dressed up with your favourite jeans.
A light pullover that can be sewn one of three ways for a different style.
- 2 Skeins of Americo Abrazos (44.7% Pima Cotton, 55.3% Bamboo) 100g / 1028 yards (940 m)
- 3 mm (US 2) 24-inch (60 cm) or 32-inch (80 cm) circular needles
- Yarn needle or crochet hook
27 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) in stocking stitch using 3 mm (US 2) size needles or size needed to achieve gauge.
One Size Fits Many -28 inches (71 cm) by 28 inches (71 cm)
Instructions – make 2 the same
Cast on 190 stitches.
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Purl
Repeat these two rows until work measures 28 inches (71 cm).
Choose version desired and follow sewing instructions for seams as indicated in the schematics. Sew in all loose ends.
Version A (Brown Coloured Sample-Basic Shape)
With the wrongs sides of the fabric facing each other place 1 square with direction of knitting going up and down over top of the second square with the direction of knitting going from left to right – seam along each of the corresponding edges for the shoulder seams and side seams.
Version A (Rose Coloured Sample – Off-set Shape)
With the wrongs sides of the fabric facing each other – seam along each of the corresponding edges for the shoulder seams and side seams.