Oak Grove Knitted Pullover, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Episode 813

Apr 10, 2012
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Eunny joins up with author and knitwear designer Connie Chang Chinchio on Knitting Daily TV  to talk about adding texture to your knitwear. She shows off a textured pullover pattern, the Oak Grove Pullover, that uses unique textured stitch placement on the collar and sleeves for a classic look.
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Sponsored by WEBs, America's Yarn Store. For the yarn used in this pattern, please visit WEBs' website.

 

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BarbaraM@2 wrote
on Jan 25, 2013 5:35 PM

looking at the picture of this sweater I wonder why the neckline near the shoulders looks uneven. Not attractive to me.  Can this be changed to appear smoother?

Thanks for the pattern.

Barb

HerMom wrote
on Apr 20, 2012 3:37 PM

I'd like to start this, but have a problem.  When do you use which size needles?  And, like SuziF asked, if the seed stitch is worked on an even number of stitches, who do you cast on an odd number?

SuziF@2 wrote
on Apr 16, 2012 9:48 PM

If the seed stich is worked on even number of stitches, why do you cast on an odd number of stitches?

TerryM@3 wrote
on Apr 13, 2012 8:27 PM
Yummy!