I just had to share this stunning version of the Free Falling Pullover knitted by Dominik from Vienna, Austria. She chose to make the second size with a 87.5 cm/34.5″ bust circumference in the original yarn Sugar Bush Yarns, Crisp using a 4 mm/US 6 needle, with a row gauge off the given 28 rows. This is the first sweater Dominik made in 2022 and reveals that she plans to make another 11 by the end of the year. On instagram, where she is vielleblanc, she writes: “When it comes to knitting, I’m pretty darned fearless. Bring it on!!”
Dominik, aka Domicroche on Ravelry, was also slightly off the given stitch gauge of 20 stitches, but blocked the back to make sure it would fit before she continued. Just like me, she has long arms and decided to lengthen the sleeves, as she usually does, the result was extra long sleeves. Above you see a detail of the wonderful stitch definition in the yarn.
If you are wondering which colour she chose it is the Purple Prairie 2031, which suits her so well!
On her Ravelry project page she ends with: “I look forward to wearing this sweater!” I am so happy to hear it! Thank you so much, Dominik!
The sweater was first published in Interweave Knits, Fall 2017 with this introduction: The Free Falling Pullover showcases unique and wandering cables, feminine shaping, and casual appeal. This fitted pullover has two traveling central cables that are divided by seed stitch and framed by stockinette stitch on the sides. The boatneck is modified by the short-row shaping on the shoulder and ends in an I-cord bind-off.