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Custom Yoke Sweater taught by Amy Detjen

Join Amy Detjen from Vogue Knitting and learn dozens of useful knitting tips as you create a custom-fit sweater with stranded colorwork.

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Yarn Weight Sport (5 ply)
Sizing Plus-sized
Style Casual
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What needles did you use? US 5 / 3.75 mm / UK 9

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What materials did you use? Unknown Stash, Brown Sheep Nature Spun Sport, Cynthia Hélène Merino DK (squirrels), Dale of Norway/Dalegarn Heilo

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I could not decide on a crew neck or t-neck. I wanted to wear it for the most possible time so I opted for the crew neck. I then CO the amount of stitches in my neck (120) and knit k1,p1 for 5-6" and bound off. No one can tell it's not an attached t-neck when I wear it. I might end up doing this to all my crew necks. Loved the class and you CAN teach an old dog new tricks. :-)

06/16/2014 Flag

The "added on turtle neck" is a very unique design element. It looks very nice! You did a great job!

08/16/2014 Flag

Great job. Lovely. About the t-neck, are you saying it is not actually part of the sweater, but is actually a separate piece?

05/13/2015 Flag

That looks great! Love the turtleneck addition! Very clever.

06/16/2014 Flag

Thank you! Perhaps it will start a fad. LOL

06/20/2014 Flag

The turtleneck is a separate piece. I can wear it or not. I'm thinking of making one for all my crew necks now...and perhaps a larger cowl for my v-necks. :-)

05/15/2015 Flag