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Split Ends Sweater

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Split Ends Sweater
Split Ends Sweater
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"Split ends is a beautiful knit sweater pattern featuring gorgeous cables. Worked from the top down, this design is not only pretty, but straight forward and quick to work up for the intermediate or advanced knitter. The cabled tie feature at the bottom of the sweater adds a fun and unique element! This free sweater knitting pattern features worsted (4) weight yarn and size 5.0mm (US8) 24” circular needles. Sizes Extra Small through Extra Large are included."


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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You are forced to sign up for this site by following your link or link to Ravelry. sweater is very different and nice so I did sign up for it.

Still working on my rendition. But, I love this pattern.

This is a pretty sweater but the pattern is not available on the blog page linked to. You have to either belong to Ravelry and get the pattern that way, or fill in an email form on the blog page and request that the pattern be emailed to you. So, not really free like other patterns.

It is free! Patterns are not easy to write up. They are very time-consuming. The author wants to get her site out in the knitting world along with all her beautiful patterns. She is hoping that when she gives one of her patterns away, maybe you will find something else and help support her business )


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