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Caribbean Blue Tee

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Sail away to a special place in paradise with this vibrant blue Caribbean Blue Tee. Made with an attractive square neckline and short sleeves, this simple pattern features a basic geometric design that draws the eye in without being overpowering. Wearing this shirt will make you feel like you're on vacation all the time. It's stylish, comfortable and just what you need for slightly chilly spring weather.

Knitted Caribbean Blue Tee
This image courtesy of www.creativeknittingmagazine.com

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Knitting Needle Size: 5 or 3.75 mm, 6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Jun 3, 2014

And ArtandTerri - if you go to the picture of the sweater and touch the line that says "Click Here For Knitting Pattern" the pattern will automatically open on your screen. You won't have to do anything else. Shame on the people who are supposed to be monitoring these posts!!! Come Help Your Customers!!!

 

Jun 3, 2014

reading the pattern farther down, I believe it means you "slip 5 stitches" from the L needle to the R needle ( the yarn in back means knit-wise rather than purl-wise) and that's all. Just slip as it says and go on to the next part of the instructions. It's just a part of what makes the pattern. A couple of lines farther down, you will read about what to do with the "long floats" made a few rows previous...well, that is these 5 stitches on those RS rows. So, just relax and slip the stitches from the L to the R without doing anything else to them and it should be fine.

 

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Jun 15, 2013

Where are the knit tee patterns for men?

 

Jun 13, 2013

Slip the 5 stitches to the back....where to the back? It would be nice if Barb Bettegnies Editor of Creative Knitting magazine would have the courtesy to answer this question for those of us who don't understand.

 

Jan 10, 2013

How do I download, I can everything but download?

 

Aug 25, 2012

JanetLU I am confused just reading these questions. I love the T and the color, but I don't think I have a clue what to do with those five stitches. It looks devine in the picture, though.

 

Aug 14, 2012

Please explain why we have to sign in for comments. It is ridiculous. This is not Fort Knox , the White House or even sensitive personal info that you need such control.

 

Aug 14, 2012

Sorry, but I still dont understand what to do with "sliding 5 stitches" Do you mean to take the yarn you are working with to the back of the piece and then slide the stitches to the other needle, then bring yarn working with back to the front of piece and purl rest of pattern? When directions are convoluted it takes the fun out of knitting or crocheting. I then tend to do what I want with the pattern.

 

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