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Origami Wrap Sweater

from Kira K Designs
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Origami Wrap Sweater
Origami Wrap Sweater
Origami Wrap Sweater
Origami Wrap Sweater

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cast on
  • knit
  • purl
  • increase
  • decrease
  • bind off
  • seam

Pattern Description:

This flattering wrap sweater is designed for minimal seaming, with the body including front edging knit in one piece to the armholes. The sleeves are knit in the round before being sewn to the body. There is no built-in closure, which allows you to cinch the sweater tighter or looser depending on your preference - choose a size smaller than your actual bust measurement for the best fit - you can wrap the sweater looser for a custom fit.

Gauge:

4" = 18 sts and 25 rows in Stocking Stitch on larger needles

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Bust: 33"(36.5", 40.5", 44.5", 48", 52.5")
  • Waist: 29.75"(33", 37", 41", 44.5", 49.75")
  • Hip: 32.5"(34.5", 38.5", 42.5", 46.5", 51.5")
  • Length: 21"(21", 21.75", 22.5", 23", 23.5")
  • Sleeve Length to Underarm: 17.5"

Materials:

  • 875(1100, 1250, 1400, 1600, 1730) yards worsted weight yarn
  • US 7 (4.5mm) and 9 (5.5mm) 24" or longer circular needles or size needed to obtain gauge and 2 sizes smaller
  • US 7 (4.5mm) and 9 (5.5mm) sets of 4 double-pointed needles or size needed to obtain gauge and 2 sizes smaller
  • stitch markers (preferably two different colors)
  • yarn needle
  • sewing needle and thread in color similar to yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • 12" of 1/4"-1/2" wide ribbon for inner ties
  • shawl closure or pin
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$7.00

Beginner
Knitting
Clothing
Women, Petite, Plus-sized
Sweater
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Kira K Designs is a line of original knitting and crochet patterns with a streamlined and eminently wearable aesthetic. Research on historical clothing, which Kira did during her former career as a ...

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