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Riverbank Grapes, sometimes also called frost grapes, are native to New Brunswick, Canada. They grow in thick twining tendrils near water sources, and produce a intense purple coloured grape. This sweater takes inspiration with its thick cables growing up the sleeves.
The pattern has a narrow scoop neck, which starts above the armhole shaping. It has rope cables up the sleeves, with the body of the sweater in stockinette to allow for the most flexibility to choose your preferred silhouette.
Meg is wearing an hourglass, average fit, average length, with full length set-in sleeves. It’s knit in a semi-solid colour of Indigodragonfly’s Orca Worsted. 100% Merino. 183 m/200 yds per 100 g/3.5 oz skein.
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To keep the cable width similar to the shown pattern, we recommend a Worsted weight yarn. A smooth, multi-plied yarn with some bounce will help show the cable off to best effect, as will choosing a solid or semi-solid colour.
The sample is knit in a semi-solid colour of Indigodragonfly’s Orca Worsted (100% Merino Wool) [183 m/200 yds per 100 g/3.5 oz skein]. We also recommend Indigodragonfly's MerGoat Worsted (80% Merino/10% Cashmere/10% Nylon) [174 m/190 yds per 115 g/4 oz skein].