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Autumn Leaves Jacket


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I'd have to say that the colors of the yarn inspired this sweater; the soft, fall colors reminded me of walking through the woods with the leaves swirling down. I wanted it to be a jacket that could be worn during the changing of the seasons so I knit it at a tighter gauge than usual. I am a big advocate of personalizing things that I make, and I wanted to give others a chance to make this design their own. I left the sweater plain for the most part, so that the detail could be added later, with embroidery, as the knitter desires. First Published in Petite Purls Fall 2009 Issue For more great patterns visit Cutie Pie Fashions (see blog link above). BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knitting in the round picking up stitches simple color changes kitchener stitch simple basic embroidery GAUGE 23 sts and 30 rows = 4 inches in St st on larger size needles before washing and blocking 21 sts and 31 rows = 4 inches in St st on larger size needles after washing and blocking Note: Ultra Alpaca relaxes after washing and blocking. Pattern calculations are based on the post-washing gauge. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS sizes: Newborn, 3, 6-12, 18, 24, 36 months Shown in 24 months FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Chest: 17.25 (20.5, 21.75, 22.75, 24, 26) inches Length: 7 (8.5, 9.75, 10.5, 11.5, 12.5) inches

Supplies Needed

  • 25 yds each of 4 contrasting colors
  • US #4/3.5mm 24 inch circular needle and dpns (set of 4) US #5/3.75mm 24 inch circular needle and dpns (set of 4) or sizes needed to obtain gauge
  • worsted weight wool or alpaca yarn to give desired gauge

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Jenny Snedeker Designs
Jenny Snedeker Designs
I am a self taught designer, having spent many hours researching and reading about the skills needed to learn clothing design. Having had much experience sewing, gave me a lot of knowledge about how clothing is constructed, which is an essential skill in being able to design. Experience knitting, gave me the tools I needed to master knitting techniques and be able to shape the fabric in the way I want. Learning is an ongoing pastime, there are always new techniques to master. I design clothing for children up to about 10 years and also adults. I have been published in Universal Yarns, Willow Yarns, One Skein Wonders for Babies, as well as various online magazines and self published designs.