Edgy Oversized Knit Tee


Edgy Oversized Knit Tee


Edgy Oversized Knit Tee
Edgy Oversized Knit Tee

Add a bit of sass to your wardrobe with this Edgy Oversized Knit Tee. Made with pretty coral yarn, this knit t-shirt truly stands out from the crowd. The shredded design and off-the-shoulder fit make this t-shirt totally cool. Everyone needs a little touch of punk to their wardrobe and this free knit pattern definitely fits the bill. This pattern is an easy knit for beginners and can be completed in a weekend, so don't worry if you're just starting your knit journey. This free knit tee pattern for spring or summer also makes a great gift for any tween or teen in your life.


Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I know one young lady who will love this top. She loves the ripped jeans looks so I will make a "ripped" top to go with her ripped jeans. She will understand my sense of humor. The pattern is easy to follow and even has photos to explain what to do. Can't ask for more. Thank you.

What a cute tee and perfect for spring. The wrecked look is cute and perfect for a teen, but I think Ii'll make it without the dropped stitches that create the wrecked look. It looks like an easy pattern, so it shouldn't take too long. I like the suggestion below to knit two of each piece at a time. Maybe I'll have it done before spring is over!

Hi! I was thinking of knitting this without the dropped stitches and was just wondering how it turned out for you? I just can't decide if I really want the dropped stitches or not. Thank you!

This one is definitely going into my queue for spring projects. I need tees, and this looks quick and simple. It is only written for one size, which appears to be about a 36 or 38 chest, but if you scroll down to the comments, the designer has included notes on how to use the gauge to adjust it accordingly.

delightful - and I have a teen and an almost teen who want it very much - thinking of doubling up on the pattern, knitting two of each piece at a time, the way I do sleeves -- survival of the knittest

Welp. I'm absolutely in love with this shirt. I need to get started on it now. Hopefully, I can have it done in time for spring!


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