GARMENTS

PARK AND REC PULLOVER

Remember those baseball raglans … the ones you throw on for the picnics, games of catch, and weekend hikes? Well, the Parks & Rec pullover is their updated cousin: a warm, mohair sweater with a comfy, easy feel. The Parks & Rec pullover is worked from the bottom-up, but completed with seamless, top-down sleeves. No waist shaping to worry about and a classic V-neck completes the look. This is a simple sweater with a lot of thoughtful details for fit and style—but it’s also infinitely customizable. I’ve included some notes for possible modifications. Pair this sweater with my upcoming Pattern Modification course and you’ll have all the tools you need for making your Parks & Rec one of a kind!

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ACCENTUATING CREWNECK

A very simple and timeless crewneck sweater that accentuates you without distractions. It has a relaxed body without any shaping so that it fits you no matter what. A couple of subtle details that set this sweater apart from others are the high-low hemline and a slight puff in the close-fitting sleeves, adding a hint of romance and femininity. The perfect sweater for any occasion.

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ICICLE SWEATER

by ZaneteKnits

A seamless top-down sweater with saddle shoulders and a cosy double neckband. Fake cable icicles originate at the neck and shoulders are featured all around. You can make it truly your own by deciding how low each icicle runs. It has a relaxed, straight shape making it easy to layer over anything. The perfect daily pullover.

All stitch patterns are fully written and every stitch and technique used has a link to a video demo on YouTube. A detailed schematic and measurement table is included.

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APERO VEST

by ZaneteKnits

Apéro vest is not just for summer! The idea for the design was born in the heat of the summer lockdown while longing for social connection. It was inspired by memories of hot summers in the South of France, sharing a bit of Rosé on ice with my friends during the apéros we enjoyed.
But the apéros in winter were just as fun :)) With a layering piece like this, the possibilities are endless. As long as the yarn is fingering weight, you can make the vest as cold or warm as your heart desires.

All stitch patterns are fully written and fully charted so you can work with your preferred method. Every stitch and technique used has a link to a video demo on YouTube. A detailed schematic and measurement table is included.

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Primavera sweater by Renate Dziedataja

PRIMAVERA SWEATER

by Renate Dziedataja

This sweater is knitted seamlessly from the bottom up, starting with the twisted rib and zig-zag lace panel then worked up to the armholes, where the front and back are separated and worked flat. At the front, the sweater has a rounded neckline, at back V-neck. You can wear it as you wish - with V-neck at back, or front. You can choose from three sleeve options - bell sleeves, straight sleeves, or short sleeves. Neckline and sleeves are finished with I-cord bind off.

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Frilling top by Zanete Knits

FRILLING TOP

by ZaneteKnits

The Frilling top is a beautifully light summer top. Gentle ruffles pull the eye towards the elegantly split neckline and simple eyelet detailing in the body works to keep you fresh in the heat.

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SOGO TOP

by ZaneteKnits

“Sun’s out, guns out!” is what this sleeveless top is all about. Knitted up in pure linen it’s perfect for spring and summer.
It is designed with 10cm/4” ease and worked seamlessly from the top down, easily adjustable to any desired length.

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WODSPIRIT SWEATER

by Katerina C. Rieckel

The original inspiration for this sweater came from the shapes of trees and branches. The color of this Lettlopi yarn reminds of dark green-blue woods with secret paths and mysterious creatures hiding in the shadows.

The sweater is worked bottom-up in a cozy loose fit which makes it perfect for cold days.

Find it on wildernestknits.com.

 

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