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  • Little Undershirt

    Easy baby undershirt tank with stripes, crochet edging, and drawstring to alter fit. Worked in a washable cotton, this baby sweater is comfortable and practical. Designer Robin Orm Hansen Finished Size 20" chest circumference and 12" from bottom edge to shoulder; to fit 0–24 months (tie...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Aug 11, 2009
    Filed under: Easy, #4 - Medium, In the Round, Crochet, Interweave Knits, Babies, Babies and Children, Interweave Knits Fall 2009, I-cord, knit: In-The-Round, knit, Pullovers, baby, kids, Robin Orm Hansen
  • Knitscene Fall 2008 Brocade Leaves

    Gallery: Brocade Leaves by Kathy Zimmerman As you can see, the same sweater looks very different on different women! We give general suggestions for customization for your inspiration. Only you can choose how you want your sweaters to fit and which customizations will work best for you and your beautiful...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Jason on Jul 13, 2008
    Filed under: Galleries, Pullovers, Knitscene
  • Knitscene Fall 2008 Ahlstrom Bodice

    Gallery: Ahlstrom Bodice by Lou Schiela As you can see, the same sweater looks very different on different women! We give general suggestions for customization for your inspiration. Only you can choose how you want your sweaters to fit and which customizations will work best for you and your beautiful...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Jason on Jul 13, 2008
    Filed under: Galleries, Pullovers, Knitscene
  • IWK Winter 2007 Bonbon Pullover

    Gallery: The Bonbon Pullover, design by Mari Lynn Patrick Once again, Bertha and the Interweave gang all try on the same sweater for the greater good of knitting, to demonstrate how the sweater looks with various amounts of ease, both positive and negative. As you can see, the same sweater looks very...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Kat on Nov 28, 2007
    Filed under: Galleries, Pullovers, Colorwork
  • IWK Winter 2007 Citrus Yoke Pullover

    Gallery: The Citrus Yoke Pullover by Katie Himmelberg Once again, Bertha and the Interweave gang all try on the same sweater for the greater good of knitting, to demonstrate how the sweater looks with various amounts of ease, both positive and negative. As you can see, the same sweater looks very different...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Kat on Nov 28, 2007
    Filed under: Galleries, Pullovers
  • IWK Winter 2007 Henley Perfected

    Gallery: The Henley Perfected, design by Connie Chang Chinchio Once again, Bertha and the Interweave gang all try on the same sweater for the greater good of knitting, to demonstrate how the sweater looks with various amounts of ease, both positive and negative. As you can see, the same sweater looks...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Kat on Nov 28, 2007
    Filed under: Galleries, Tops, Pullovers, Lace
  • IWK Winter 2007 El Sol

    Gallery: El Sol, design by Jennifer L. Appleby Once again, Bertha and the Interweave gang all try on the same sweater for the greater good of knitting, to demonstrate how the sweater looks with various amounts of ease, both positive and negative. As you can see, the same sweater looks very different...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Kat on Nov 28, 2007
    Filed under: Galleries, Pullovers
  • IWK Winter 2007 Sweater Girl

    Gallery: Sweater Girl Pullover -- design by Liz Nields Once again, Bertha and the Interweave gang all try on the same sweater for the greater good of knitting, to demonstrate how the sweater looks with various amounts of ease, both positive and negative. As you can see, the same sweater looks very different...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Kat on Nov 28, 2007
    Filed under: Galleries, Pullovers
  • IWK Winter 2007 Colette

    Gallery: The Colette Pullover, design by Veronik Avery Once again, Bertha and the Interweave gang all try on the same sweater for the greater good of knitting, to demonstrate how the sweater looks with various amounts of ease, both positive and negative. As you can see, the same sweater looks very different...
    Posted to Knitting Daily Galleries by Kat on Nov 18, 2007
    Filed under: Galleries, Pullovers, Colorwork
  • Jess's Gansey

    Designer: Elizabeth Lovick Published: October 23, 2007 Technique: Cables Skill Level: Intermediate The gansey is worked in the round from lower edge to the beginning of the armholes, then the front and back are worked separately to the shoulders. The shoulders are joined using the three-needle bind-off...
    Posted to Free Patterns by Knitting Daily on Oct 22, 2007
    Filed under: Free Patterns, Interweave Free Knitting Pattern, Pullovers, Ganseys
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