Dropped-Shoulder Ski Sweater by Barbara G. Walker

Dropped-Shoulder Ski Sweater

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From the Pattern Description: This is the simplest sweater shape ever invented. Its traditional from-the-bottom-up version was invented so long ago that its origin is lost in the mists of time. The body is a large unshaped tube; the sleeves are two smaller tubes attached to the upper corners of the large one. Since there is no shoulder shaping, the sleeve “caps” consist of those portions of the body that hang down over the shoulders. Consequently the join between body and sleeve is not on the shoulder, but somewhere between shoulder and elbow.

Location of Pattern: Basic Design No. 11 - page 101 - from Knitting from the Top.