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What to do with a precious skein of bulky handspun yarn? I played with mixing handspun with a commercial bulky yarn to create a simple fabric that stretches the supply of precious yarn further, enough to knit a complete wearable accessory. For this design I alternated between the two yarns every other row. If you have a more limited supply of ha...
Calligraphy cardigan has been a top selling Knitbot pattern since 2011, with many beautiful versions completed by knitters around the world. It’s truly a classic design for the modern knitter, with a fitted body knit in dk weight yarn, a wide collar, and oversized buttons.
The oversized fit of Rosemont makes it an everyday favorite. The compound raglan mimics some of the sleeve cap shaping found with a set-in sleeve construction, which contributes to a comfortable fit. Comfort is also found in using a squishy worsted weight yarn like Quince & Co. Lark.
Designed by Hannah Fettig, and named after the beautiful peninsula that comprises the mainland portion of Acadia National Park, the Schoodic Cardigan is a seamless open front sweater knit out of Acadia in Amber. The body and sleeves are knit from the bottom up, then joined at the armholes for the raglan yoke shaping. An intricate cable panel and...
This breezy raglan pullover is worked from the top down in the round. A simple cable follows the raglan lines and continues down the sweater sides. The original is worked in linen, making it great for warmer climates. For a pullover to wear in cooler weather, work it in a fingering weight wool.
The original pattern, available here, from your LYS and in the book Knitbot Essentials are traditional patterns, written in multiple sizes, with a fixed gauge and a top-down raglan construction. Your purchase of the individual pattern through Ravelry includes ENGLISH, FRENCH, and GERMAN instructions.