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Women’s Short Sleeve Sweater Knitting Pattern

By: Jessica Los from imknitting.com
Updated October 25, 2019
Women’s Short Sleeve Sweater Knitting Pattern
Womens Short Sleeve Sweater Knitting Pattern

"Short sleeve sweaters… Stylish, handy and a great outfit complement. We’re here with a great short-sleeved sweater pattern. We wanted to share this pattern published in Nako Magazine with you. Because this mold has a truly amazing design and charming colors. Easy does it. What’s to think about this awesome sweater alternative? Stitched sideways in two panels and seamed up the center, Short Sleeves is fast and fun to knit and truly flatters every figure. Knit in Extra, this colorful and stylish sweater will be your new absolute favorite. Designed by Nako."

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Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm

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

Materials List

  • Nako Yarn No: 300, 1535, 991, 207, 4737 (1 b. each)

Instructions

Row 1; * knit 1, yarn-over 1, and repeat after asterisks to complete the row. Row 2; take off the yam-over stitches from needle, extend the stitches on needle and work as purl stitch.

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5 lbs. of chunky yarn to make a short sleeve sweater? something doesn't seem right with that, reading the pattern doe snot make it any clearer either.

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