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I was wondering if instead of decreasing at the end of these rows it would be decrease at the beginning and the end of the rows alternately. That would give me the number of stitches I need and hopefully stay in the pattern? Would that work? The decreases are done at each end of the row, not just at the end. I expect you've figured that out by now. I did find that I had to pay a little bit of attention to certain that I stayed in the pattern stitch. I think I double checked by finding a definitely correct stitch in the previous row and after determining what should be worked there, counting back to the beginning of the row I'm working to know which stitch to start with.

There a a number of them showing you how to do the Kbelow stitch. How do you think this would look with the colors switched around, the silver being on top and the blue on the bottom? I'm asking because I would like to emphasise my shoulders rather than my hips. I think it would look dramatic -- there are no rules that say one has to use the exact colours the designer uses -- you could even use totally different colours than the blue and silver I chose a rich brown and rust and am happy with the way it turned out - so happy that the person for whom it was meant may not receive it lol.

Is this an error in the pattern, or is the pattern correct as stated? How do you not end up with hundreds of stitches? You knit through the stitch below with the stitch on the needle. It doesn't make an increase. It extends the stitch from the row below. If you do a search for "Shaker stitch", you should find instructions that will be easy to understand. Classic Shaker stitch is a form of rib. This pattern seems to be a form of seed stitch. I'm going to try it. I did a search for "knit one below" and found it referred to a method of increasing, too.


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In measuring the armhole, is it 7 inches measured along the curve of the armhole, or 7 inches straight up and down? This is my first sweater! The pattern rows don't work out right for me. My math shows row 1 of the pattern ends with a P1 not a K1. You aren't increasing, adding a K1 at the end of the row are you? The P stitches should always be on the uneven stitches, right? You are not increasing at all, the pattern simply tells you what stitch to end on, after the repeats are completed, if you follow the pattern exactly it will work out fine. I'm not an expert knitter and I am Finding this pattern hard to follow.

So much room for error. I can't continue because I keep messing it up line after line. I really like the look though Or is there a name for the knit stitch that it is creating so I can look at it more closely? Hi Cpknit! It appears that the pattern features a modified version of the shaker rib stitch. There's really no problem with proceeding in seed stitch, although the design won't come out exactly the same.

Hope this helps! Is this knit in the round? I'm new to knitting as well and am not sure if it isn't stated do you assume it's knitted in the round? Thank you! Hi adjk, This sweater is knit on straight needles. Hi, I am new to the knitting world, but I am having a lot of fun with it. I would like to try to knit this sweater. I have a few questions.

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What is PAT and k1below? Thank you in advance for your help. Hi, I am teaching myself to knit and when there is a term I do not understand I usually go to www. I come from a crochet background so I know that pat means pattern. The other term you are looking for I do not know, but looked it up and they have a video, it has no sound so you have to follow what they do.

I hope this information will be helpful to you. This has a lot of knitting jargon- It looks like its going to be very challenging. No jargon here, just a pretty standard knitting pattern,quite easy to complete. Started it, after 7 rows something obviously wrong. Tore that out and started again. Have now done 4 rows of garter st. Is that what's supposed to happen? BTW, I'm 76 years old and have been knitting since I was I think there's an error in the pattern.

Please advise. Email: gmacuttle aol. I really want to get this made for my younger daughter.

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Mary Ann. K1b will go into a knit stitch not a purl. Should the second row of the pattern start with K2 instead of K1 like in row 4? That would make the K1B go into a knit stitch each time, instead of a purl stitch. I'm totally with you on this one. I have the same issue I've tried so many times as written and the k1B always goes into a purl stitch so I'm getting a sort of slightly textured stocking stitch effect.

It's not unattractive, but nothing like the lovely texture in the pattern pic. May try Madame R's suggestion to start row two with K2 to see if that creates the seed stitch effect. I am also a pretty experienced knitter and I keep thinking there must be a mistake in the pattern too. Finally, a sweater pattern already written for multiple extra large sizes! I have a friend going through dual kidney failure.

She can't help but be a super large size woman. This sweater will really perk up her spirits. I plan to make one for myself too. I really like the texture shown in the picture! Are you sure you would like to report this comment? It will be flagged for our moderators to take action. This Plum Lace Wrap is an absolutely gorgeous lace knitting pattern that's perfect for summer. Join Us Today Forgot Password. All rights reserved.

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Thanks for your comment. Don't forget to share! Modz Jan 28, Lisa Jan 26, Lisa Dec 04, Tricia Sep 23, This beautiful bell sleeve pullover can be crocheted in just a few hours. The sleeves bell out at the hands, giving it a really elegant look. This is an intermediate pattern but if you know your basic crochet stitches you can easily finish it. The pattern is really easy and as long as you know a few basic knitting stitches, you can turn this one out in just a few hours. This is a great vintage pattern from Etsy for a pullover sweater that just screams s.

I love the big, wide sleeves and this is a great sweater for warmer days — not too warm, though depending on the weight of yarn that you use. You could easily finish this in an afternoon and the details are just gorgeous. When you need a grab sweater — something to grab as you head out the door just in case it gets cooler later — this poncho sweater is perfect. This beautiful knit coat is perfect for colder days.

It takes quite a bit of yarn and is definitely not the cheapest sweater that you will ever make, but it is definitely worth the extra effort. The pattern itself is fairly easy and there are many gorgeous details. This lovely cardigan can easily be knitted in a few hours. You use worsted weight yarn and size 11 needles — or whatever you need to obtain the gauge. You can adjust the pattern for sizing. This is perfect for when you need a long sleeved sweater and want something comfortable yet elegant. This ballerina top is a beautiful sleeveless crocheted sweater.

You can make it easier by sticking with one color but the contrasting colors look really good. You could easily have this one done in an evening or two. This gorgeous tunic has a fanned out bottom that is simply beautiful. You could do this easily over the weekend and have time to spare for other projects too. The pattern can be done in sizes from small to XXL. This is a must for summer and can easily be paired with anything from jeans and shorts to skirts.

The detailing is exquisite! If you love the look of bulky sweaters then this summer sweater is perfect. You can wear it during the warmer months and it uses really simple single chain and double crochet stitches. The pattern is all straight lines. You make two rectangles for the front and back and two smaller rectangles for the sleeves. I really love the design of this knitted drape front cardigan.

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It gives you such a nice s vibe, like something Jackie O would have worn. This beautiful sweater has flower motifs and is so elegant. The end result though is absolutely stunning. If you want a heavier sweater, one that hugs you like a comfy blanket, this is it. You can go with the stockinette stitch and make it really large and cozy. The sleeves are large and loose, which are really easy to create and the entire sweater just looks like something you would cozy up with on a cold winter night. The pattern itself is really easy and even beginners can master the stitches in this one. I love the heavy yarn and the overall look of comfy with this one.

This is the perfect cozy sweater for those cold nights we still have ahead of us. Or, start making several now and use them as Christmas gifts! I love short sleeved cardigans. This knit envelope cardigan has a shawl collar and uses a textured stitch. The pattern says intermediate but as long as you know basic knitting stitches this one should be relatively easy. This lightweight tunic is perfect for spring and summer. The fit is perfect for any shape and size and the pattern can easily be adjusted as needed. You could pair this with jeans or shorts or even use it at the beach as a swimsuit coverup.

You just need to know basic crochet stitches to create it and it looks like a really easy sweater to complete. This is a beautiful cardigan that is really easy to make and so unique in its shape and form. You will need to know the garter stitch for this one. This crew neck sweater pattern features some wonderful detailing on the front shoulder area and you can easily crochet it in an hour or so.

The pattern is actually adjusted for men or women so you could make matching sweaters! You just need basic crochet stitch knowledge for this one.

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This basic pullover is an easy project for moderate knitters. The pattern is really easy to read and the sweater itself is not at all difficult. The sweater is worked in four pieces; the front, back and both sleeves.