I have transformed this little raglan sleeved jumper pattern by using a decorative band on the front and back. The divided triangles design is worked over 18 rows. Multiple of 14 +1.
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Knit
Row 3: K1 *p13, k1* to end
Row 4:K1 *p1, k11, p1, k1* to end
Row 5: P1, *k2, p9, k2, p1* to end
Row 6: k1, *p3, k7, p3, k1* to end
Row 7: p1, *k4, p5, k4, p1* to end
Row 8: k1, *p5, k3, p5, k1* to end
Row 9: P1, * (k6, p1) twice* to end
Row 10: purl
Row 11: purl
Row 12:K7, p1, *k13, p1* to last 7 stitches, k7
Row 13: P6, k1, p1, k1, *p11, k1, p1, k1* to last 6 stitches, p6
Row 14: K5, p2, k1, p2*k9, p2, k1, p2* to last 5 stitches, k5
Row 15: P4, k3, p1, k3, *p7, k3, p1, k3* to last 4 stitches, p4
Row 16: K3, p4, k1, p4, * k5, p4, k1, p4* to last 3 stitches, k3
Row 17: P2, k5, p1, k5, *p3, k5. p1, k5,* to last 2 stitches, p2
Row 18: K1, *p6, k1* to end
Rather than using the traditional k1 P1 rib for the bands I have used an uneven or mistake stitch rib which gives a more textural finish.
Grandmother and knitter from the land down under of fine merino wool.