Knit these cute little sweaters to decorate your Christmas tree.
The pattern uses just 10g of fingering/sock weight yarn. It will work with any weight yarn, just adjust your needle size accordingly. It is a great stash-buster!
The pattern includes clear written instructions to make the sweater, as well as a chart for the holly pattern (created in duplicate stitch). There is a blank chart too for your own design. Also included are links to useful videos demonstrating duplicate stitch and how to make a mini wire hanger for your sweater.
This pattern will be offered free as part of the November 2013 issue of iMake Magazine. These notes will be updated with a link to where you can purchase the magazine once the issue is live (the magazine costs 5.50 so it's worth it!)
Up until the end of December 2013, all profits made directly from sales of this pattern will go towards the Anthony Nolan charity. Pattern designer, Martine, is running the London Marathon in April 2014 for Anthony Nolan. Please consider purchasing this pattern to support her fundraising efforts.
9 stitches = 1 inch in Stockinette
45 yards of Fingering weight
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