Intro from the book:
Worked from the neck down, this simple pullover is a great first-sweater project for cable-lovers. Stitches are increased over a handful of rows spaced throughout the yoke, then they are divided for the sleeves and body. While the body has some basic waist shaping, the sleeves are worked straight to the cuff. Not only a quick-knit, this sweater is super warm.
The joy of top-down knitting is that it can be tried on as it's being knit! The best place, in my opinion, to try it on would be just after the body and sleeves have been divided, and after working a few rounds of the body.
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