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Baggy Wave Sweater


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For a fashionable way to stay cozy and comfy, try free knitting patterns for sweaters like the Baggy Wave Sweater. With a loose, flowy fit and alpaca wool, easy knitting patterns like this are the epitome of comfort. We love this knit sweater pattern for a casual Saturday running errands or a relaxing afternoon spent strolling through the park. The Baggy Wave Sweater is the perfect mix of comfort and style, so pull out your knitting needles and crank out this shabby-chic pattern.

Baggy Wave Sweater
Baggy Wave Sweater
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Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm, 11 or 8 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)


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Fall is here! This is such a cute sweater to make for autumn!

This is a pretty sweater and its especially nice in tunic length. I can be worn as a dress as well as over a pair of pants. The knit pattern is nice and lacy so its pretty much geared for wear from Autumn through Spring. I checked the link and it worked fine. Happy knitting.

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Hello Mayasioux! The "Click here for knitting pattern" button leads to the correct link for the full pattern. Perhaps you should try a different browser? Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Sorry Ealizabethane but K2tog makes 1stitch, and knitting into the first of these 2 st makes a 2nd. That is 2 from 2. It works.

K2tog, requires 2 stitches, knitting into one of those stitches again is using a third stitch to create a 2 stitch pattern before removing the stitches from the needle. I stand by my comment.

nice sweater I wish I could have it around christmas

I am looking for a simple V neck long sleeved sweater, lightweight, but not cotton knitting pattern with a size 36 chest for a woman PLEASE!!!!

So tired of knitting garments, according to gauge, and ending up with a sweater for Twiggy instead of my form-medium. not huge, not skinny, definitely with a belly, and not wanting to accentuate it! Love the last comment .

I don't understand the k2tog stitch. Knit but don't remove to needlep

K2tog-means knit 2 stitches together-you would remove them from the needle-this is a standard decrease in most knitting patterns.

My mistake on the previous comment-I didn't understand what they had said in the pattern till I tried to make it-K2tog in the pattern but do not remove from needle, go back and knit the first stitch again-means that you are using 3 stitches to create 2, which as I have learned, just doesn't work-not sure about other people, but I have ripped this out 6x and I'm not doing it anymore-that stupid stitch is impossible on the yarn they have you using, in my opinion.

Love this sweater! Its very stylish. I could probably wear it with everything in my wardrobe and it would be beautiful:)

I don't think the chest measurement is correct. It shows the same measurement for both s/m and l/xl patterns. I normally wear a Medium, and my chest is much bigger than 26". Or is this the measurement across the front of the sweater?

I was wondering in what alternate universe a 26" bust would be considered l/xl! :-D

You may be reading those measurements incorrectly-it says width measurement lying flat, meaning just across the back or just across the front and there is different measurements for the 2 different sizes. But as usual pickles is only allowing you to knit the sweater in one size, if you need the other one, you have to buy it.


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