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Tiny Dancer Sweater

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Funky, Classic, Traditional, Hipster, Cute, Casual
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What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Tiny Dancer

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What materials did you use? About 950 yds. of Madeline Tosh Sock yarn and US size 3 (3.25mm) needles.

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What are you most proud of? I was very proud to publish this pattern since it was my first adult-size garment. I knew I was ready for the challenge, because I have been practicing my pattern writing and grading skills on kids garments for almost two years now, but it was still a thrill to see pictures of my test knitters in their sweaters. Every single size was test knitted, and they all fit great!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I would say that this pattern is written for an older teen or adult with a small-to-medium size chest. This neckline is on the low side and I am not confident it would be able to "hold in the ladies" if they were about a D cup or larger. If you are experienced with bust darts and are comfortable adding an inch or two to the neckline, this sweater could be modified to fit a bustier shape. But, in the way it's written, this pattern is really intended for a woman who can do sports without her chest getting in the way. :) That said, this is a pretty easy sweater. I believe that adventurous beginners can be successful with this pattern even if it is their first attempt at a sweater. This design is seamless, and almost universally flattering with it's gentle shaping and set-in-sleeves. If you decided to dive in and feel stuck, just contact me. I'm happy to help!

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Gorgeous sweater, beautifully modeled and photographed.

09/03/2012 Flag