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Pattern Notes
The Dude was inspired by the movie, The Big Lebowski. The original, as featured in the movie, is a Pendleton sweater made at Winona Knitting Mills (now closed down) during the sixties and seventies. This version is worked in 1x1 rib. It is designed to be loose fitting with a long body and long sleeves, which can be rolled up if necessary. It is a heavy, warm cardigan and features a zipper closure and short row shawl collar. This project is worked entirely in 1x1 rib, (except for the collar) including the color pattern charts. The cuffs and hem are worked with smaller needles for a tighter gauge for 12 rows. I recommend working the color charts in a needle one size larger than for the main part of the project to maintain gauge. The charts are worked in Fair Isle, stranding the yarn not in use behind the work. You may wish to catch the floats because the color sections are quite long, but be aware that floats may show through if caught because of the black and white color contrast. All of the pieces follow the same color pattern by rows so that the color patterns line up, but the number of stitches varies depending on which piece is being worked. Read the directions on the chart pages before beginning.

Sizes & Finished Measurements
Sizes: S[M, L, 1X, 2X], shown in size M • Chest Circumference: 36 [38, 42, 46, 50]”/91.5[96.5, 106.75, 116.75, 127] cm • Length Hem to Shoulder: 27.75[27.75, 28.25, 29.25, 30]”/70.5, 70.5, 71.5, 74, 76] cm • Sleeve Length: 18[18, 18, 19, 19]”/45.75[45.75, 45.75, 48.25, 48.25] cm

Gauge
• 21 sts/21 rows = 4 inches in un- stretched 1x1 rib on US #10 needle

Materials
• Cascade Yarns Ecological Wool [100% wool; 478yd/437m per 250g skein]; MC: Vanilla #8014; 3[3, 3, 4, 4] skeins CC1: Latte #8063; 1 [1, 1, 1, 1] skein CC2: Ebony #8095 1[1, 1, 1, 1] skein * Needle Sizes are recommendations only. Always use needle size necessary to obtain gauge. • 1 US #10/6.00mm 24” – 32” circular needle • 1 US #6/4.00mm 24” – 32” circular needle • 1 US #4/3.55mm 24” – 32” circular needle • 1 US #11/8.00mm 24” – 32” circular needle (optional – to maintain gauge over color charts) *Note: Circular needles are recommended because the project is quite heavy and circular needles will support this weight more effectively than straight needles would.

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Abbreviations
BO CC CO foll K K2tog m M1 bind off contrast color cast on follows knit knit 2 together marker make 1 st; insert right needle into bar between sts from front to back; place this st on left needle with leading leg in front, K into the back of this st, twisting it; 1 st increased. make 1 st purl wise; insert right needle into bar between sts from back to front; place this st on left needle, P into the front of this st, twisting it, 1 st increased. main color purl purl 2 together p2tog through back loops; 1 st decreased pattern pick up remain(ing) round(s) right side slip marker sl 2 sts as if to K, K sts tog through back loops; 1 st decreased stitch(es) wrong side

M1pw

MC P P2tog P2togtbl patt pu rem Rnd(s) RS slm ssk st(s) WS

Color Pattern
Sizes S, M, and L Only: Rows 1-18: MC (18 rows) Rows 19-26: CC1 (8 rows) Rows 27-36: MC (10 rows) Rows 37-44: Chart 1 (8 rows) Rows 45-54: MC (10 rows) Rows 55-62: CC1 (8 rows) Rows 63-72: MC (10 rows) Rows 73-106: Chart 2 (34 rows) Rows 107-116: MC (10 rows) Rows 117-124: CC1 (8 rows) Rows 125-134 (fronts and back)/125 – END (sleeves): MC Rows 135-142 (fronts and back only): Chart 1 (8 rows) Rows 143 – END (fronts and back only): MC Sizes 1X and 2X Only: Rows 1-24: MC (24 rows) Rows 25-32: CC1 (8 rows) Rows 33-42: MC (10 rows) Rows 43-50: Chart 1 (8 rows) Rows 51-60: MC (10 rows) Rows 61-68: CC1 (8 rows) Rows 69-78: MC (10 rows) Rows 79-112: Chart 2 (34 rows) Rows 113-122: MC (10 rows) Rows 123-130: CC1 (8 rows) Rows 131-140(fronts and back)/ 131 – END (sleeves): MC Rows 141-148 (fronts and back only): Chart 1 (8 rows) Rows 148 – END (fronts and back only): MC

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Directions
Back *Work entirely in 1x1 rib, with selvedge sts at both sides. With second-smallest needle (US #6/4.00mm 24” – 32” circular needle) and MC, CO 95 [97, 111, 121, 131] sts. Row 1(RS): K1, *K1, P1; rep from * to last 2 sts, K2. Row 2: P1, *P1, K1; rep from * to last 2 sts, P2. Repeat rows 1 and 2 throughout for 1x1 rib patt with selvedge sts. Work 12 [12, 12, 16, 16] rows in 1x1 rib. Switch to second largest needle (US #10/6.00mm 24” – 32” circular needle) and continue working according to color pattern, as above and using charts 1 and 2a (back charts) through row 104[104, 104, 102, 104] where indicated in Color Pattern. You have already worked the first 12[12, 12, 16, 16] rows of the color pattern before switching to the larger needle. Armhole Shaping: Row 105[105, 105, 103, 105]: BO 6 sts at beg of next 2 rows, then BO 2 sts at the beg of the next 2 rows. (79[81, 95, 105, 115] sts remain) Dec 1 st at each side on every RS row 2 times as foll: K1, ssk, work in 1x1 rib patt to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1. (After all decreases complete, 75[77, 91, 101, 111] sts rem. ) Work even through row 141[141, 143, 149, 153]. Neck: Row 142[142, 144, 150, 154] (WS): (Working in MC) Work 25[26, 30, 34, 37] sts in 1x1 rib. BO 25[25, 31, 33, 37] sts. Work to end in 1x1 rib. Work both sides of neck separately, the right side first. Place the sts for the left side of the neck on a holder for later working. Dec for right side of neck: Rows 1 & 3(RS): Work to last 3 sts in 1x1 rib, K2tog, K1. Rows 2 & 4(WS): Work even in 1x1 rib. (23[24, 28, 32, 35] sts rem for shoulder.) BO all sts in 1x1 rib. Dec for left side of neck: Attach yarn at outside edge with WS facing. Rows 1 & 3 (WS): Work even in 1x1 rib. Rows 2 & 4(RS): K1, ssk, work to end in 1x1 rib. (23[24, 28, 32, 35] sts rem for left shoulder.) BO all sts in 1x1 rib. Left Front Work entirely in 1x1 rib, with selvedge sts at both sides. With second-smallest needle and MC, CO 43[45, 51, 55, 61] sts. Row 1: K1, *K1, P1; rep from * to last 2 sts, K2. Row 2: P1, *P1, K1; rep from * to last 2 sts, P2. Repeat rows 1 and 2 throughout for 1x1 rib patt with selvedge sts. Work 12 [12, 12, 16, 16] rows in 1x1 rib. Switch to second largest needle (US #10/6.00mm 24” – 32” circular needle) and continue working according to color pattern, as above, through row 104[104, 104, 102, 104]. Armhole Shaping: Next Row (RS): BO 6 sts, work to end in 1x1 rib patt. WS rows: Work even in 1x1 rib patt. Next RS Row: BO 2 sts, work to end in 1x1 rib patt. (35[37, 43, 47, 53] sts rem) Dec 1 st at beg of next 2 RS rows as foll: K1, ssk, work in 1x1 rib patt to end. (After all decreases complete, 33[35, 41, 45, 51] sts rem.) Work even through row 134[134, 134, 140, 140]. Neck Shaping: Dec for Neck edge every row 10[11, 13, 13, 16] times starting on row 135[135, 135, 141, 141] as foll: (RS): Work in 1x1 rib patt to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1. (WS): P1, P2tog, work in 1x1 rib patt to end. (23[24, 28, 32, 35] sts rem after working all dec rows.) Last dec row is row 145[146, 148, 154, 157]. Work 1[0, 0, 0, 1] rows even. BO all sts in 1x1 rib. Right Front Work as for Left Front through row 105[105, 105, 103, 105]. Next Row (WS): BO 6 sts, work to end in 1x1 rib patt. Next Row (RS): Work even in 1x1 rib patt. Next Row: BO 2 sts, work to end in 1x1 rib patt. (35[37, 43, 47, 53] sts rem.) Dec 1 st at end of next 2 RS rows (working WS rows even in 1x1 rib patt) as foll: Work in 1x1 rib patt to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1. (After all decreases complete, 33[35, 41, 45, 51] sts rem)

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Switch to middle-sized needle and continue working according to color pattern, as above and using charts 1 and 2c (sleeves), through row 103(103, 103, 101, 103) *Read the directions for the color patterns before working color pattern charts. You have already worked the first 12[12, 12, 16, 16] rows of the color pattern before switching to the larger needle. At the same time, work shaping as foll: Starting with first inc on row 5, Inc at each side every 4 rows 6[8, 8, 7, 6] times, then inc each side every 6 rows 13[11, 11, 12, 13] times. 75[79, 85, 93, 95] sts (Every other increase should be a M1pw in order to keep the 1x1 rib pattern. So on row 5, k2, M1, work to last 2 sts in 1x1 rib, M1, K2. Then on row 9, K2, M1pw, work to last 2 sts in 1x1 rib, M1pw, K2. Continue this pattern throughout to maintain 1x1 rib patt.) Continue working as established through row 104[104, 104, 102, 104]. Sleeve Cap Shaping: Note on Chart 2c: As you decrease, you will have fewer than 67 sts. Continue to work the chart as established across all the stitches you do have. Starting on Row 105[105, 105, 103, 105] BO 6 sts at the beg of next 2 rows, working the rest of the rows in 1x1 rib and color patt. (63[67, 73, 81, 83] sts rem) BO 2 sts at the beg of next 2 rows, working the rest of the rows in 1x1 rib and color patt. (59[63, 69, 77, 79] sts rem) Dec 1 st each side every RS row 7 times as foll: RS: K1, ssk, work even in 1x1 rib to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1. WS: Work even in 1x1 rib. Then dec 1 st at each side every row 7 times as foll: RS: K1, ssk, work even in 1x1 rib to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1. WS: P1, P2tog, work even in 1x1 rib to last 3 sts, P2togtbl, P1. (31[35, 41, 49, 51] sts rem) Starting on the next RS, BO 5 sts at the beg of the next 4 rows, working all other sts even in 1x1 rib. (11[15, 21, 29, 31] sts rem) BO all rem sts in 1x1 rib. Facings (make 2 alike) With smallest needle, CO 13[13, 13, 15, 15] sts. Work 26[26, 26, 27, 27] inches in 1x1 rib as foll: RS rows: K2, *P1, K1, rep from * to last st, K1. WS rows: P2, *K1, P1, rep from * to last st, P1. BO all sts in established 1x1 rib.

Work even through row 134[134, 134, 140, 140]. Neck Shaping: Dec for Neck edge every row 10[11, 13, 13, 16] times starting on row 135[135, 135, 141, 141] as foll: (RS): K1, ssk, work to end in 1x1 rib patt. (WS): Work even in 1x1 rib patt to last 3 sts, P2tog, P1. (23[24, 28, 32, 35] sts rem after working all dec rows.) Last dec row is row 145[146, 148, 154, 157]. Work 1[0, 0, 0, 1] rows even. BO all sts in 1x1 rib. Sleeves (make 2 alike) *Note on Sleeves: In the photos the sleeves are rolled up, but they still follow the same color pattern as the front and back pieces. If you prefer shorter sleeves, work fewer rows of MC before switching to CC1 in the color pattern. Read all of the instructions before beginning, including those on the sleeve charts. Shaping must be worked at the same time as working the color pattern. CO 37[41, 47, 55, 57] sts in MC with medium-sized needle. Row 1: K1, *K1, P1; rep from * to last 2 sts, K2. Row 2: P1, *P1, K1; rep from * to last 2 sts, P2. Repeat rows 1 and 2 throughout for 1x1 rib with selvedge sts. Work 12 [12, 12, 16, 16] rows in 1x1 rib.

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Finishing
Seaming: Sew seams carefully, being sure to line up color patterns as you go. First sew shoulder seams, then side and sleeve seams. Sew facings to front pieces; facings should be sewn so that the bottom edge lines up with the bottom edge of the front piece and the top edge lines up with the first neck edge dec. Pin the facings on carefully to properly line them up before seaming to make sure the color patterns on both front pieces line up with each other. Collar: With MC, using smallest needle, with RS facing, PU and knit 13[13, 13, 15, 15] sts from top of left side facing, 9[10, 11, 11, 13] sts at front left side of neck, 4[3, 4, 4, 4] sts at back left side of neck, 34[34, 38, 42, 46] sts at the back of neck, 4[3, 4, 4, 4] sts at back right side of neck, 9[10, 11, 11, 13] sts at front right side of neck, and13[13, 13, 15, 15] sts from top of right side facing. 86[86, 94, 102, 110] sts. Row 1(WS): *P2, K2, rep from * to last 2 sts, P2. Work short rows to create a round shawl collar as follows: *Work in 2x2 rib to last 2 sts. With yarn held in front, slip the next st to the right needle. Bring yarn to back and slip st back to left needle. Turn to work back the other direction. Repeat from * once. *Work in 2x2 rib to last 4 sts. With yarn held in front, slip the next st to the right needle. Bring yarn to back and slip st back to left needle. Turn to work back the other direction. Repeat from * once. Continue working short rows by working 2 fewer stitches each row until you have worked to the last 28[28, 28, 30, 30] sts and wrapped your stitches on both RS and WS. After working to the last 28 sts, wrapping and turning on the last WS row, work in 2x2 rib to the end of the row, knitting or purling sts together with their wraps (in pattern), turn and work to the end of the WS in 2x2 rib, knitting or purling sts together with their wraps (in pattern). BO all sts. Zipper: Carefully pin the zipper to the WS of the facing, one piece at a time. Baste the zipper to the facing using a contrasting thread before sewing it on. First whip stitch the zipper to the WS of the facing, then, with RS facing, use back stitch to sew the zipper down a second time. Follow one vertical column of stitches to help you sew straight. This method of sewing on the zipper will hold it firmly in place and is important since the zipper may get a lot of strain. Repeat for the other zipper. Final Finishing: Weave in all ends. Steam or wet block after all the pieces have been sewn together to smooth out stitches. The collar must be blocked in order for it to fold over neatly as seen in the photos. Blocking also helps the zipper to lay flat.

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Charts: Work 2 stitches at each edge of your work in MC, disregarding chart in order to maintain a firm edge. The color patterns do not line up from the front to the back. Chart 1 is always started from the right and repeated until you run out of stitches.

Chart 2a Back

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Chart 2b Front

Chart 2c Sleeve
Sleeve Charts: IMPORTANT! Please read this before proceeding with the sleeves. Chart 1 on the sleeves should be started at the right side of the chart and worked across all present stitches. The number of stitches will vary due to sleeve shaping while working chart. Work increased stitches in color pattern according to chart 1. Chart 2c should be worked across the center 67 stitches, regardless of how many stitches are present. The remaining sts are worked in MC. Place markers to indicate where to begin and end the chart. No sizing is indicated for the sleeve charts. Work two stitches at each edge of your work in MC, regardless of the chart in order to maintain a firm edge, (not shown on charts.) The color pattern in chart 1 will not line up when sewn together.
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Schematics
PROJECT SCHEMATICS
Body Length: 27.75[27.75, 28.25, 29.25, 30]” / 70.5[70.5, 72, 74.5, 76] cm Back Width: 18[18.5, 21.25, 23, 25]”/ 45.75[47, 54, 58.5, 63.5] cm Neck Length: 2.25[2.25, 2.75, 2.75, 3.5]” / 5.5[5.5, 7, 7, 9] cm Body Length: 27.75[27.75, 28.25, 29.25, 30]” / 70.5 [70.5, 72, 74.5, 76] cm Armhole Length: 8[8.75, 9.25, 10, 10.25]” / 20.5[22, 23.5, 25.5, 26] cm Sleeve Length: 18[18, 18, 19, 19]”/45.5[45.5, 45.5, 48.5, 48.5] cm Wrist: 7[7.75, 9, 10.5, 10.75]”/17.75 [19.75, 22.75, 26.75, 27.25] cm Upper Arm: 15.5[15.75, 17, 17.25 17.75]”/39.5[40, 43, 43.75, 45] cm Sleeve Cap: 5.5” / 14 cm

Front Width: 8.25[8.5, 9.75, 10.5, 11.5]”/ 21[88.5, 98, 110, 118.5] cm

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Designer Info
Andrea Rangel knits, designs, and teaches in Seattle, WA. See more of her designs at www.andreaknits.com or visit her on Ravelry, user name andreakr. Pattern support is happily and freely provided.
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Contact the designer at andreaknits@gmail.com. This pattern, all photographs, and the knitted design are subject to copyright laws, and are only for personal, non-commercial use.

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