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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 DK (8 ply)
Sizing Women
Style Traditional, Classic, Retro / Vintage, Whimsical, 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? A whole host of yarns from a yarn swap and some leftovers from the sweater I knit my daughter

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Holy Bohus, Batman! That is totally stunning! Maybe I should send you some of my leftovers with my measurements and you can work that same sort of magic again?!! It's really lovely.

01/13/2014 Flag

I cannot imagine a more fun thing to do:)!! Thanks so much for your kind words:) So sorry to be missing VKLive. Last minute stuff prevented me going and taking your class Through the Looking Glass. (Boo)Cannot wait til your new class shows up on Craftsy!:).

01/17/2014 Flag

Wanted to add a little "PS." Don't know if this is completely kosher, but often I start these kinds of patterns by knitting the sleeves first. Then they become my gauge swatches. However, since it is rare for me to wash the sleeves to do a final check on gauge, probably not such a hot idea. But getting the sleeves out of the way first is really nice, because when you're done with the body, whoopee:) you get to start putting things together. I know you are not a fan of sleeve knitting and someone out there has probably suggested this to you before, but I figured, what the heck....

02/17/2014 Flag