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Leaves Jacket

By: Elaine Phillips from ABC Knitting Patterns

These knitting instructions for a Leaves Jacket is perfect for the intermediate knitter. Finally you'll be able to create a unique garment that's perfect for keeping warm in the fall. The stocking stitch, reverse stocking stitch along with a knit leaves motif creates a textured piece that's beautiful. The loose fit of this sweater makes it a perfect choice for lounging about the house. It could also be a stylistic centerpiece for someone who often wears loose-fitting clothing.


Knitting Needle Size3 or 3.25 mm, 9 or 5.5 mm

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


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I'm hoping that with the given instructions, I will be able to make my own Leaves Jacket to keep me warm in the fall. a href="https// == ing-services/731-academic-writing-assistance"Cheap Academic Papers Writing Help/a. The process is quite easy and so I don't expect much difficulties. Thanks a lot for sharing the knitting pattern.


I really like crocheting better than knitting, because if I loose a stitch it's easier to pick it up as it doesn't run like knitting can.

grab your crochet hook and bring the "running" stitch back where it belongs, lol

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There is an obvious error in the cable on the left side in the picture on the right side as you knit. Can this pattern be enlarged? The size says 40/42 which today is a 40, is that true? I would want 44/46 for myself, or a true size 10 for my DIL. What do you think? Would the changes be in the panel stitches on either side of the cable pattern or only under arm? I would also pick up the sleeve stitches around the armhole and knit down, so I don't know whether I would have to keep the sleeve opening straight up or shape them in to fit the shoulder. Wht do you think?

This sweater looks lovely enough to knit, but I'd like to see the whole sweater: SHOW US THE SLEEVES!! = }

if you go to the pattern, then click "enlarge" you can see the sleeves

please click on the enlarge button below the picture on this page and you can see the entire sweater

what enlarge button, ive tried clicking everywhere under the picture to no avail.

on this it 17 balls of 88yards each? or17 balls of 218 yrds each? By giving total more clear how much is needed, and can scale for a size small.. thank you.......

17 balls 82 yds. each.


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