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Skill Level: Intermediate


Esme Half-Zip Sweater

This project is bound to be the most used sweater in everyone’s handmade wardrobe this season! Utilizing a textured or boucle yarn, a sherpa-like fabric is created. In tandem with clever construction techniques, the finished project will look just like your favorite on-trend fleeces. The sweater is knit top-down yoke-style. Yoke is knit flat for 4-5’’ then joined and knit in the round before dividing for sleeves, leaving a pre-made collar without any steeking required! The zipper is sewn on afterwards and the kangaroo pouch is knit separately then stitched on.

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Elliana Sweater Dress

This garment is embellished with lovely cable stitches, positioned on each panel creating a beautiful textured sweater. The relaxed fit and pockets make it a comfortable piece you’ll want to wear all season long.

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Sonnet Sweater

Sonnet is a cozy, comfy ribbed sweater that is perfect for end-of-summer weather. Knit in pieces from the bottom up in a casual gray color, this sweater is geared for intermediate knitters and goes with just about anything in your wardrobe.

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Isadora Sweater

The airiness of this pullover comes from the semi-lace ribbed stitch pattern which forms vertical and diagonal stripes, making it lightweight and drapey — in other words, the perfect summer sweater! The fabric opens up when worn, lending additional curves to the drop shoulder and boat neck design.

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Fiorella Lace & Cable Sweater

This is a wonderful classic sweater with a cable and lace panel worked on the center front and back. The same panel is worked on the sleeves for added visual interest. This lovely piece is just what you need as we transition from summer into fall.

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Cornelia Sweater

Columns of lace and simple cables decorate this sweater with scoop neck, drop shoulder and three-quarter sleeves design. The sweater has edgings in garter stitch for a simple and clean finish.

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Lillemor Sweater

Have fun playing with lines in this beautiful piece featuring one long exaggerated pattern of horizontal lines that run cuff to cuff in this sideways sweater. The lightweight merino/silk fabric has wonderful drape allowing the lines at the bodice to widen with the weight of the bottom. Worked almost seamlessly with two short seams at each underarm, once the sideways top portion is finished, stitches are picked up around the body and worked in the rnd to the end, creating narrower, vertical lines.

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