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Project

Charlie

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo Charlie Link to website or photo jordanapaige.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2&products_id=18 What are you most proud of? The sleeves were actually a happy accident. The sweater was moving along nicely until I got to the sleeves. I just didnt know what to do with them. Unexcited I decided to just start in on a basic set-in sleeve. I picked up way too many stitches around the armhole, resulting in a big sleeve cap. I scrunched it up and was thrilled at how good it looked. The sleeve got ripped out and redesigned to be a properly formed puffy sleeve. Charlie is now happily blocking for Sundays photo shoot. Can a sweater be happy?

What you will need

  • 970(1060
  • 1165
  • 1260
  • 1360
  • 1470
  • 1575) yards of Sport Weight yarn; Shown in Sport Weight Alpaca by Frog Tree Yarn | 24 inch length US#6/4 mm circular needles
  • or size to obtain gauge | 24 inch length US#7/4.5 mm circular needles
  • or size to obtain gauge | 1 set US#6/4 mm double-point needles
  • or size to obtain gauge | 1 set US#7/4.5 mm double-point needles
  • or size to obtain gauge | Stitch markers | Stitch holders | Darning needle | Scrap yarn

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