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Silken Straw Summer Sweater

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Knit in the round, this delicate summer design is perfect for summer weather. Pair the Silken Straw Sweater with a tank top for date night, or toss it over a bathing suit for an elegant beach cover up. No matter how you choose to wear this easy-to-knit pattern, this is one of those knit pullover sweater patterns that you'll love forever!

Silken Straw Summer Sweater
Silken Straw Summer Sweater
This image courtesy of Purlbee.com

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Knitting Needle Size: 4 or 3.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight: (2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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Jun 21, 2014

I copy patterns like that but I also do a print screen for the picture and crop it in my paint program. All I do then is to insert the picture into Word before copying and pasting the instructions.

 

Mar 23, 2013

I'd like this as a beach cover-up but not sure I have the patience to work with fine gauge yarn. On another note, I copy patterns into a Word Doc whenever possible so I can change the font size or line spacing to follow more easily. It helps to save as plain text, or the web formatting can make those parts frustrating. I also edit the size changes, leaving only the instructions for the size I'm making.

 

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Mar 23, 2013

A garment as light as a spider's cobweb - would be wonderful but with cats in the near vicinity of my knitting, there would be trouble. This would be a perfect top for someone with a sunburn, barely-there clothing.

 

Mar 21, 2013

You can copy the picture and insert it into your Word document. Right click on the picture, select "copy" command, then click into your Word document, right click and select the "paste" command. Be patient, it may take a little time for the paste to load, but it does. Volia!

 

May 23, 2012

I am trying to print this pattern - no luck

 

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