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Knit to Flatter taught by Amy Herzog

Make every sweater you knit your new favorite! Author and designer Amy Herzog shows you how to fashion knitwear thatís perfect for your body.

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Romantic, Casual, Eco-Friendly
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What materials did you use? Wool-cotton blend yarn.

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What are you most proud of? I am very happy how the yoke looks like, and how I managed to use crochet stitches to bring it to the nicely-fitting shape.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Since this is not a written pattern, I don't think anyone will do the same project. However, in case people wonder the pattern for the yoke is from http://www.garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=4465&lang=us

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08/13/2013 Flag

Beautiful sweater. I love the neck line.

07/09/2015 Flag

Your sweater looks amazing! The fit looks absolutely perfect and this style is very becoming on you. The yoke is quite beautiful, you have knitted it beautifully and have put it into a sweater that shows it off wonderfully. Great job. You look amazing in this sweater.

07/16/2015 Flag

Thank you very much, it is one of my favorite sweaters now!

07/17/2015 Flag

I want to learn how to add another colour in my knitting to appear like splashes of color here and there. How to carry the yarn along the back of the knitting.

09/25/2015 Flag

I think it really depends on the type of knitting and the size of "splashes". If you are knitting back and forth, and the splashes are not very small, you may want to explore intarsia technique, which uses different balls for different areas. For smaller splashes, or for knitting in the round, stranded colorwork technique is probably the best.

09/25/2015 Flag

This is so gorgeous, I love everything about it. It would make the perfect sweater for myself too, ^_^. Absolutely great job and so very well done!!!

11/20/2015 Flag