|Women, Petite, Plus-sized|
Lori Versaci is the designer behind VERSACIKNITS. Interested in the use and mixture of texture, shape and finishing details, Lori has introduced classic garments with a fashion twist since 2009. Lori ...
Lori Versaci is the designer behind VERSACIKNITS. Interested in the use and mixture of texture, shape and finishing details, Lori has introduced classic garments with a fashion twist since 2009. Lori works from studios in New Jersey and Maine, where she also enjoys yoga, sailing, her four children, three dogs and husband (not necessarily in that order). You can find out more about VERSACIKNITS on ravelry, twitter, facebook or at www.VERSACIKNITS.com.View all patterns by designer (37) »
I love sweaters that are both comfortable and fashionable, and this sweater is both. With a fluid drape in the front and fitted back and sleeves, prosecco has a high-fashion, avant-garde look that will turn heads everywhere you go.
Prosecco can be worn buttoned or loose, like a cozy wrap. Wear it with a pipe skirt for work or in the city, or wear it belted with leggings. No matter how you sport it, prosecco has a fashion-forward look. Bring on the compliments!
While this sweater is simple to knit, its final look is far more interesting than most sweaters that are this easy. In addition to twin rib, you only need to know how to knit and purl, increase and decrease. The front band is knit as you go. The sleeves are knit bottom-up and set in after the shoulders are seamed.
21 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches/ 10cm in Stockinette stitch. Take time to check gauge.