The Minette Pullover is a top-down, seamless in-the-round hybrid raglan pullover sweater with a simple eyelet lace ribbing, a textured welt at the natural waist, and a choice of short or long sleeves. The Minette Pullover and its mate the Minette Cardigan both feature a simple-to-work hybrid raglan construction: instead of working the same number of raglan increases for sleeve and bust, which often leads to too-wide sleeves and saggy baggy armholes by the time the number of stitches required …View pattern
Knitted in a lovely sport weight yarn, Sixpence is a modified half-circle Pi shawl, in which the number of stitches between the 4 edge stitches on either side are approximately doubled each time the number of rows between increases doubles. Finished Measurements: Width: 49 (56, 70 1⁄2, 77)” / 124.5 (142, 179, 195.5) cm after blocking Length at center back: 22 (25 1⁄2, 32 3⁄4, 36)” / 56 (65, 83, 91.5) cm after blocking Shown in size 56” / 142 …View pattern
Harlow will be back after a revamp of my Ravelry store – stay tuned! A flattering empire waist faux wrap top adorned by a pretty band of easy lace along the surplice V neck and at the vented sides and sleeves, with a plunging neckline, bust darts, and a cut that just skims the body make it flattering to virtually any body type. Sized for a 31” to a 58” bust, it includes instructions on how to easily alter the …View pattern
A cozy pullover with a Brioche collar, cuffs, and hem designed to keep you warm and stylish at the same time. Featuring a cozy set-in kangaroo pocket knitted without seams to keep your hands warm and your keys concealed. Optional horizontal short row bust darts help flatter any figure. The Brioche Rib at the hem of the Body is worked flat, then joined. The body is constructed in one piece to the armholes and divided for fronts and backs. The …View pattern
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