Created by: CambriaW
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Apogee Pullover

What are you most proud of? The sweater is knit straight (no waist shaping), and the cables placed along the sides create the shaping. No worries about starting or finishing the waist shaping in the wrong place. I also managed to size my design to cover a height range of 5'10" - 6'6"! (Traditional heights are included as well). What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you have never knit a top-down sweater before, don't over think it or second guess yourself. Knit the first few rows exactly as written (they are always the hardest part of a top-down pattern) and the rest will fall nicely into place.

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Apogee Pullover

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Apogee Pullover

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  • Cascade 220 handwash

Project Description

What are you most proud of? The sweater is knit straight (no waist shaping), and the cables placed along the sides create the shaping. No worries about starting or finishing the waist shaping in the wrong place. I also managed to size my design to cover a height range of 5'10" - 6'6"! (Traditional heights are included as well). What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you have never knit a top-down sweater before, don't over think it or second guess yourself. Knit the first few rows exactly as written (they are always the hardest part of a top-down pattern) and the rest will fall nicely into place.

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Beginner