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Crazy Lace Top Down Cardigan

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V-Neck Cardigan - Front

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The Perfect Fit Seamless Crazy Lace Cardigan taught by Myra Wood

A top-down raglan bolero is the perfect first sweater. Myra shows how to fit as you go and add crazy lace, the easiest lace knitting ever!

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Traditional
D. Hoffmaster on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cascade 220 Superwash

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Can this sweater be made in extra large sizes? I haven't done any knitting for some time but this makes me want to start again

05/05/2012 Flag

Hello! Absolutely, the beauty of this type of sweater construction is that it is knitted from the top down, allowing you to try it on while you are knitting it, During the initial set-up, you are able to tell if you need to add extra stitches in the front; back and/or sleeve areas, and best of all, there are no seams to sew once you are done! I highly recommend the Perfect Fit Seamless Crazy Lace Cardigan online class with Myra Wood. I can't begin to tell you how much I enjoyed and learned from this online class. Good luck and pick up those needles!

05/05/2012 Flag

Just a question, if I'm not a bolero girl, would I be able to knit the sweater you show here instead? I love your sweater!

05/05/2012 Flag

Hi Wheatie05, and thank you so much! I'm not a bolero girl either, so when I took this online class I quickly decided I would knit a longer cardigan. That is what's so nice about this type of sweater construction, as it allows you to be in charge of the pattern, rather than the pattern being in charge of you! After I finished the yoke area, and started the body, I just continued with the Feather and Fan Lace pattern until the desired length. I proceeded the same when it came time to knit the sleeves. I don't care for short sleeve sweaters, so I decided to make mine with 3/4 sleeves instead. This type of sweater construction is very liberating!

05/05/2012 Flag

This is my favorite one I have seen from the class! I now cant wait to get started back on mine, you have inspired me so much!

08/07/2012 Flag

Hello Cillabelle, Thank you so much!! I have enjoyed this class very much and I'm nearing the completion of the second project from this class. My knitting, unfortunately, has slowed down a lot with the high heat and humidity we have had here in southern lower Michigan. Thanks again, and I look forward to seeing your project very soon!

08/08/2012 Flag

Lovely

09/15/2012 Flag

Thank you so much. It was really fun to make this sweater!

09/17/2012 Flag

beautiful! really like the sleeves, very nice!

11/15/2012 Flag

I appreciate your nice comments, and I really enjoyed this class!

11/15/2012 Flag