Intro from the Book:
Beginning with a provisional cast-on along the back bodice and sleeves, the yoke and sleeves of this pullover are worked in ribs that run up over the shoulders—with a few increases and decreases to shape the sleeve caps—then down to the lower front bodice. The sleeve stitches are joined with a three-needle bind-off, then the body is worked in rounds in a relatively simple Fair Isle pattern for a fine balance of texture and color.
Melissa LaBarre. While we were walking around the show floor at TNNA we came upon her sweater and she described its construction to me. I fell in love with it and immediately asked her if I could use that idea—she said of course! I continued to expand upon the construction to make the design seamless and fitted around the shoulders.
Blooming Forest Pullover) in their Fall 2012 issue. Eunny Jang goes into detail about the construction of it in a Sweater Workshop post on Knitting Daily. The Balance Pullover is constructed very much like the Blooming Forest Pullover and the Sweater Workshop post does a great job at explaining, with illustrations and all!
If you're interested in knitting your sweater in similar colors of the swatch, the brown and green colors are:
A: Chocolate #011
B: Moss #006
The yellow color is no longer on the website, so unfortunately I do not know it's name and number info
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