Small – Underarm 107cm. Hemline 97cm. Length 61cm.
Medium – Underarm 118.5cm. Hemline 108.5cm Length 63cm.
Large – Underarm 128.5cm. Hemline 118.5cm. Length 65cm.
This kit includes a colour-printed pattern card with full instructions in all sizes and all the yarn required to make the Glenesk Pullover in your chosen size. It is a classic dropped shoulder style, shaped for the male physique, tapering gently from the narrower hemline to accommodate the chest and shoulder width. It is worked entirely in the round in one piece with steeks at the armholes and neckine. The Glenesk design is also availble as a cardigan.
For a step-by-step video tutorial showing all the techniques involved in knitting and finishing stranded garments visit our Stranded Knitting in the Round with Steeks tutorial section.
On Gress Beach there is an intriguing remnant of a small ship that shows the unusual beauty of something man-made being claimed by nature over a long period of time. All that remains of the good ship Glenesk are the boiler and the ribs of the hull, which protrude through the sand to a greater or lesser extent, according to wind and tide. The boiler is obviously made of stern stuff, and is now home to limpets and barnacles, while the sand worms like to make their homes in its shade.
The wood of the ribs is surprisingly well preserved, and on certain days it is possible to obtain an impression of the shape and size of the vessel. The Glenesk is such an old friend that I felt it deserved a design. I created a pattern which incorporates the man-made curves of the boiler together with the gentle waves of seaweed wrapped about it. I used the intense shades of Kelpie, Calluna, Lapwing and Mara to make a stormy background. For the foreground I used the gentler shades of Tormentil, Crotal and Mountain Hare… plus a touch of Golden Plover to give a hint of the sand on which the Glenesk has stood for so long.
£117.00 – £135.00
Some of our stranded pullover patterncard kits.