In Hawaii I was first introduced to Musubi---a big, hefty "snack" that was so fillin (I had mine with tofu instead of Spam...) 

This sweater is a big, hefty knit! Fun and quick worked in bulky yarn...but it doesn't feel like a bulky sweater! It is stylish, flattering, easy to wear with anything from jeans to dresses to (when summer finally arrives) swuimsuits on the beach in the evenings!

I knit one over a weekend as did one of my sample knitters. It is crazy fun to see it work up! 

Sweater is knit in parts:

Front Right and Front Left panels

Back Panel

Sleeves

Shawl collar picked up and knit after sweater

is seamed

Materials Needed:

• Sizes: S (M, L) 32-34 (36-38, 40-42)

• Yarn: 760 (850, 920) yards Superwash

Wool, Bulky. Shown in Madelinetosh Home

• Needles: US15 (10 mm) for sweater body

and US13 (9 mm) for collar/edging

• Notions: Locking stitch markers or waste

yarn (to mark decrease rows), tapestry

needle

• Gauge: 9.5 sts x 16 rows = 4 inches in

stockinette after soaking and blocking

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