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This raglan-style sweater is knit from the top down to just below the underarms. Three-quarter length sleeves are worked in the round with garter stitch cuffs. The body is worked side to side as a separate piece, shaped with short rows at the underarms, then seamed horizontally to the bottom edge of the yoke. Garter edging is worked along the he...
This pattern is worked sleeves first. The body is knit from the bottom up. Sleeves are joined at the yoke. The yoke is worked in raglan decreases to the neckline. The neckline is shaped using a series of bind offs and decreases and is worked flat (back and forth) at this point. The collar is bound off, then stitches are picked up for the ribbing.
This pullover is knit from the top down using raglan shaping. Yoke is worked flat, the body and sleeves are then divided and body is knit in the round. Hem is shaped with short rows and finished with garter stitch. Collar and cuffs are finished with I-cord. Yoke closure is picked up and worked in garter stitch.
This pattern is worked from the bottom up using short rows to shape the hemline. Mirrored cables are worked along front panels. Fronts and back are separated at the armholes and each worked separately. Shoulders are joined with 3 needle bind off. Front cables are extended past the shoulder, grafted together and sewn to the back neckline. Sleeves...
This relaxed pullover will become a staple in your child’s wardrobe. Garter stitch detailing at the sides and back neckline add a pop of interest without being too fussy. This is the perfect first sweater for a new knitter or a great auto-pilot knit for a more experienced one.
Knitting: Sleeveless Top
This tee is worked flat in two pieces from the bottom up. The hem is shaped with short rows while a simple yet lovely lace pattern is worked over the yoke. Seams are sewn using mattress stitch, shoulders are grafted together. Neck and armlines are finished with an attached I-cord.
This hooded pullover is knit in the round from the top down. The pocket is added by knitting onto waste yarn, then picking up stitches and kniting in the round when the body is complete. The hood is picked up at the neckline and grafted on the top. This fun pattern can be made in a variety of colors for boys or girls. Consider using a luxury yar...