eeling your eyebrows are a bit unruly? You haven't bleached or waxed your, uh, facial hair in a bit? Well, this is the way we knitters direct attention away from that sort of thing.
This is a top down, seamless sweater with a bit of colorwork to keep things interesting.
A good project for beginning stranded work, I hope you enjoy it. I get comments on it all the time when I wear it. It makes people smile and that's a good thing in my book.
Fits with approximately 2" positive ease. Shown in 34"
The optional bits on the sleeves were my 10 year old's idea and boy do people get a kick out of them.
4 (5, 6) skeins of Cascade 220 in Natural (100% wool; 220 yd/100 g ball) :
1(1,1) ball in Black
OR ANY WORSTED YARN THAT ISN'T COTTON. Most solid yarns will work well for this sweater.
AMOUNTS for other yarns
S - 880 yards
M - 1100 yards
L - 1320
Plus 75 yards of contrast color
1 tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
Some good movies!
16stitches and 24 rows in 4 inches in stockinette stitch.
I've slowly been building up my knitting design business as Lyme Disease edged me out of practicing emergency medicine. I love fiber, color, and knitting and I hope that you will enjoy my patterns. ...
I've slowly been building up my knitting design business as Lyme Disease edged me out of practicing emergency medicine. I love fiber, color, and knitting and I hope that you will enjoy my patterns.
Please visit my blog, which I've had for 6 years that focuses on home decor (I have a pink banister!), my funny family and knitting, of course.