Dunrobin Sweater Pattern
Dunrobin Sweater Pattern
Dunrobin Sweater Pattern

Dunrobin Sweater Pattern

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The Dunrobin Sweater designed by The Woolly Thistle owner, Corinne, is now available as an individual pattern. The Dunrobin Sweater is a loose, dropped-shoulder sweater with fitted sleeves. This thoughtful design has so many great details to make it an easy-wearing, favorite sweater:

  • Neck: 1x1 ribbing, the mock turtleneck gives you all the coverage without any of the tightness.
  • Body: more stitches on the front than the back gives you a sleeker box shape without the frumpiness.
  • Sleeves: the shaping of this sweater means your'e halfway done with the sleeves by the time you finish the body. Goodbye, Sleeve Island! 
  • Hem: the split seam has a "tent top" detailing which keeps the boxy shape while also giving you more room to move! 

The Dunrobin Sweater is a smart, cozy sweater that is knit in the round from the bottom up using Aran weight yarn. We recommend Istex Lettlopi or Studio Donegal Irish Heather.

Purchase your digital pattern here and the PDF will be sent to your email.*

The Dunrobin Sweater PDF pattern is included with the following products: 

 

Dunrobin Sweater Kit in Lettlopi

Dunrobin Sweater Kit in Studio Donegal 

Knit the Dunrobin Sweater Course - a self-guided course to walk you through each step! 

 

Sizing: 

A (B, C, D, E) (F, G, H, I)
 
To fit chest measurements:
28–30 (32–34, 36–38, 40–42, 44–46) (48–50, 52–54, 56–58, 60–62) inches
71–76 (81–86, 91.5–96.5, 101.5–106.5, 111.5–117) (122–127, 132–137,142–147, 152–158) cm
 
Worn with approx.  7.75" ease.

Finished bust circumference:

37.75 (41.75, 45.75, 49.75, 53.75) (57.75, 61.75, 65.75, 69.75) inches
94.25 (104.25, 114.25, 124.25, 134.25) (144.25, 154.25, 164.25, 174.25) cm

The Inspiration:

Dunrobin is a memorable spot from Corinne’s childhood. She and her family used to visit here in the summer when she was a wee one. It’s also the site of her most recent trip to Scotland where, before the pandemic hit, she and her kids visited the iconic spot complete with blue skies (no small matter in the often cloudy Scotland). 

For Needles, Gauge, and Yarn Requirements, please click the Description Button Below! 

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Recommended Needles:

US 9 (5.5mm) (or size needed to obtain gauge) DPNs and 32” or 40” cables for body, 16 or 24” cables for neck and sleeves
US 8 (5mm) (or one size smaller than size to obtain gauge) 

This pattern is a great choice for an adventurous beginner. 

 

Gauge: 

Lettlopi: 16 sts and 24 rows to 4 in worked in stockinette stitch in the round after blocking.

Studio Donegal: 15 sts and 22 rows / 4 in worked in stockinette stitch in the round after blocking.  

Lettlopi Yarn needs as follows:
Size A:  8 balls
Size B:  9 balls 
Sizes C-D: 10 balls
Size E:  11 balls
Size F: 12 balls
Size G: 13 balls
Sizes H-I: 14 balls 

Lettlopi Yarn needs as follows:
Sizes A-B:  6 skeins
Sizes C-D:  7 skeins 
Sizes E-F: 8 skeins
Sizes G-H:  11 skeins
Size I: 10 skeins 

Updated in v4.1: The Dunrobin pattern has been updated and this update 4.1, only impacts Size G. Front Left and Front Right of Size G and the total count of the neck stitches for Size G were updated. These changes are all on Page 8 of the pattern. 

 



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