Diamond Tee

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Diamond Tee Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women, Plus-sized

Item:

Sweater

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Thumb Method Cast on
  • Increases

Pattern Description:

The extra wide proportions of this Diamond Tee result in giving the sweater an attractive drape over the bust hiding the tummy area. From the back shoulders it swings away from the waist. It has a dolman sleeve which ends approximately at the elbows but is knitted all-in-one.

Patterned on the hemline with Diamonds and simple open lace creates an attractive solution for a smart but casual and elegant garment.

Crafted in 100% Cotton keeps the detailing crisp. The Dk yarn weight results in an 'intermediate weather' item in your cupboard for the changing seasons. If you like the idea of flinging on a T-shirt but prefer to feel a bit less informal and more feminine then this Tee is the perfect option.

Small: 82-107cms Medium: 102-127cms Large: 122-137cms XLarge: 132-147cms

Any 8Ply DK yarn will work well for this Tee. Another Option is Cotton Fields Dk by Elle which has a blend of 50% Cotton and 50% Acrylic.

Gauge:

As per yarn information though gauge is not necessary as this sweater is wide and swingy!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small to XLarge: Created for fuller figures

Materials:

  • 1 Pair 4.00mm Knitting Needles
  • 1 Pair 4.5mm Knitting Needles

Suggested yarn:

3300 yards of DK weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Vinnis Colors Nikkim

Colorway:

Ballet Pink

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The Knitting Station was created as a spin off from working in the design and clothing industry for most of my life. I have never known a time when I was idly sitting without knitting needles in my hands when I was not at work in a garment factory or behind a sewing machine. Technically trained as a designer and pattern maker has brought me huge joy throughout my life.
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