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Bad Penny Sweater fitted for my Daughter

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Bad Penny, good girl!

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Knit Lab: Fit Your Knits taught by Stefanie Japel

Knitwear designer Stefanie Japel teaches you how to knit a sweater with adjustments to the bust, waist and hips to perfectly fit any body type.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? The body is a chained linen and viscose yarn. The trim is Knit Picks Cotlin.

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What are you most proud of? The fit. My math skills aren't my strong suit, but Stephanie Japel makes it doable.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Watch the video a couple of times and then go for it. Knitting can require a leap of faith, but once you get going it all makes sense.

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Good advice about learning the math! The sweater fits so well, and looks very stylish. Congratulations!

05/29/2013 Flag

Lovely sweater. I love the stripes in this.

07/10/2013 Flag

Because I did not want the stripes to be noticeably in matched, I decided to reverse the direction of the yarn each time I started a new ball. So if the previous ball was brown-tan-blue, then the next ball I joined was blue-tan-brown and so forth. I liked the effect.

07/15/2013 Flag

That should say "noticeably unmatched".

07/15/2013 Flag

Lovely sweater!..I'm very petite too so its encouraging to see such a lovely design..

10/10/2013 Flag