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This attractive and flattering garment incorporates the knitting genius Elizabeth Zimmerman’s opposite raglan called a nalgar, instead of decreasing to form the yoke after attaching the sleeves; you increase and form sleeves as you go. The result is a loose dropped shoulder look, which is flattering for many figures.
Start with a cabled collar then pick up and knit from the yoke down with a simple lace raglan and modest flaring at the sides for optimal drape and swing. Flattering on many body types. Pick up and knit a rolled collar as a finishing touch to create a gently rolling collared sweater for any occasion. Sleeve options including short, ¾ length and ...
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
An easy first shawl, if you’ve never made a shawl this is an easy one to get the feel for a triangle construction. The name Wind Rows is a farming term when raking drying hay in the field. The yarn over rows reminded me of looking out over the contoured fields of luscious hay.