Aidez. Aidez is a feminine fitted cardigan that has all the cozy antique appeal of traditional Aran texture.
Shown in size Small Sizes Directions are for women’s size X-Small. Top Down V-Neck Raglan Sweater . Top Down V-Neck Raglan Sweater Free Sweater Knitting Pattern.
Men's Top Down Raglan Sweater . Men's Top Down Raglan Sweater Free Men Sweater Knitting Pattern Sizes: S (M, L, XL, XXL) Chest: 92 (102, 112, 122, 132) cm [36 (40, 44, 48, 52) in.]
Seamless Willow Summer Top. Seamless Willow Summer Top Free Summer Top Knitting Pattern Size: M (L, XL)
Million Hits Sweater. Million Hit Sweater.
Now with four sizes, because you asked.... Thanks to all my wonderful blog-fans, I have surpassed the million hit mark. I am overwhelmed to be here, and never thought the blog would be more than just a place to store my patterns and photos, a scrapbook of my knitting passion. This ribbed raglan sweater is really stretchy, and easy fitting. Light sweater. A super simple sweater.
Light as a feather and with a sophisticated fade between two silk mohair colours at the top. Knitted bottom-up. Sizes XS (S) M (L) XL (XXL)XXL for free below, the other sizes can be bought here.YarnAbuelita 3-ply Merino, 100 (200) 200 (200) 300 (300) gPickles Silk Mohair main colour, 50 (50) 50 (75) 75 (100) gPickles Silk Mohair pattern colour 25 g Needles32” circular needles and DP needles US 9 and 11. A Common Thread — Free Sweater Pattern: No Sew Striped Breathless Sweater. This is my free knit sweater pattern “Striped Breathless Sweater” which is an oversized, slouchy knit sweater, knit in the round from the bottom up, then worked flat across the shoulders. the best part…no seaming and no sewing at all!
Super quick to knit and the finished product is so adorable! I can see myself wearing this all summer long, and in the fall. sleeveless and made of cotton, it’s made for warmer weather. also, see my other free knitting patterns and tutorials Size 18.5” measured flat across the widest part of the shoulders17.75” measured flat across the hips Materials Size 9 needles - 32” circularKnit Picks Simply Cotton Worsted yarn in Camel Heather - 2.5 skeins (color A)Knit Picks Simply Cotton Worsted yarn in Prussian Heather - 1 skein (color B)2 stitch markersscrap yarn or stitch holder Gauge Blocked Gauge: 4” = 13.67 sts, 22.5 rowsUnblocked Gauge: 4” = 15.67 sts, 20.83 rows Stockinette Stitch In the round:
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We have made two sizes, the larger one has two extra stripes and is wider. The one one the picture is the smaller size.The model is knitted from the bottom up. You separate the work when you start knitting the sleeves, and use the kitchener´s stitch to join the shoulders. SizesS/M (L/XL)S/M for free below.L/XL can be bought here. Blue Mist Cardigan. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions. Summer Sunburst Cardigan. Sunflower Shell Tank. Make Up Your Mind Racerback. Lacy Rhubarb Tarte Tank. Casual Knit Top. Knit T-Shirt.
I recently learned that the first T-shirt was born in the 19th century when someone decided to cut in half his one-piece union suit, the undergarment of choice in those days. To the wielder of those scissors, I say thank you. Since then, the T-shirt has become a truly universal garment. From its beginnings as an undershirt for miners, farmers, longshoremen, and troops to its celebrity-inspired mass appeal as the uniform of cool (a la Marlon Brando, James Dean, even Marilyn Monroe), the T-shirt has always fit right in.