Pronounced "Soo-SOO-ah-vore Ah-dah-NOO-do", the cloth inspiring this design was originally woven in Kpetoe, Ghana by an Ewe-Adangbe weaver. The ""susuavor"" name for the pattern roughly translates to ""my skills are exhausted"" or ""all patterns have come to an end"", meaning that the weaver put every possible effort into filling the cloth with representational images of everyday life. This pattern includes instructions for both a cropped cardigan with seed stitch bands, and a pullover with garter stitch bands. They are designed to be worn together, or may be enjoyed as separate pieces.
Knit in Tahki Cotton Classic, a sport/DK weight cotton.
A Pangaia design from Sarah Madrid.
Finished chest sizes: cardigan-40"/44"/48"; pullover-39"/43"/47"