My above mentioned publications explain how to precisely calculate the placement and commence the steeks. Upon establishing gauge, calculate a stitch count for the sweater circumference that will yield proper size.
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Make whatever adjustments are then necessary to the count to accommodate any rib border, "lice," or other motifs you wish to use in the body. For cardigans, the round join should be in the middle of the front opening steeks, with mirror image alignment of motifs on either side. For jumpers, the round join should be up one side, and be sure to apply jogless rounds. The yoke must be centered at front and back, on either side of the sleeve steeks. If a deep yoke is begun before starting the sleeve steeks, don't be concerned with the mismatches under the arms--they won't be seen.
Use wrapped steeks to bridge the neck opening so as to continue working in the round while shaping the neck. Upon completion of the body, I finish it before commencing with the sleeves: machine edge and cut the steeks, join shoulders, add neck and front opening borders as required, apply necessary facings, try it on.
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The sleeve designs should be centered opposite the increases. Because Norwegian sweaters have drop shoulders, be cautious so as not to knit the sleeves too long. I provide mathematical computations for achieving a perfect fit of sleeve to opening every time. This is contained in my above mentioned publications. Sew the sleeves in. My publications explain how to do this proportionally for a perfect fit.
Cover the cut steeks with the facings and stitch them down. I've been knitting since January of , and made my first Norwegian sweater that year. You can also simplify shaping a V-neck by knitting a sweater in the round, then cutting out the V. Photo via Bluprint member Mind of Winter. Construction: Worked in the round from the bottom to the armholes, then divided into front and back pieces that are knitted flat; sleeves are worked separately and then seamed. Skills: Knitting in the round, seaming, changing from in-the-round knitting to flat knitting.
Pattern: Adiri Sweater. Photo via Bluprint member saragresbach. Are you a pro at picking up stitches? This is the sweater construction method for you! Construction: Worked in one piece from the bottom up, then stitches are picked up at the armholes for the sleeves. Recently, I visited my friend who severely injured her knee.
I found her knitting a beautiful cable pattern for an afghan blanket. She did this, not wanting a blanket, but wanting to practice cables. She knit so beautifully, I suggested that she do a sweater instead. That way, she could come away from rehabilitation with a fabulous sweater! Well, of course, I immediately wanted to hunt down some pretty ones for her — so off I went to get the best cable knit sweater patterns I could find. Here are my favorites, including The Coda above. One note about cables is they are really much easier than you think.
The fabulous texture makes knitting much more interesting, as so many of these show!
- Lucy Fisher Gets Ahead (Lucy Wagner--Book 3).
- Elegant Thanksgiving Day Buffet Recipes.
- Loving Ellie.
- Womens Slash Neck Jumper Knitting Pattern.
- Crossing Customs: International Students Write on U.S. College Life and Culture (RoutledgeFalmer Studies in Higher Education)!
- Jane Addams - A Biography!
- Running The World: Cannes, France (Blaze Travel Guides).
Once you get started knitting from this list of the best cable knit sweater patterns, you may have a hard time stopping! Tell me below what your choice would be or is!
- The Sweater Guide — Gentleman's Gazette.
- Women's Jumpers & Cardigans?
- Without Dreams.
- Spot Penny the Penguin & Company: Mix! (A Hidden Picture Book).
- Fixing the US Home Loan System.
I love how the design is balanced with intricate cables and an oversized structure. The balance of large scale cables and smaller cables is perfection.
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I love the simplicity of this pullover sweater. Comprised of a simple repeat stitch cable pattern, it makes it a great choice for those who are leery of giving cables a go! Plus, what a fabulous fitting garment.
stonlog.com/components/map10.php The basic A-line silhouette of this sweater lets the cable and lace detailing take center stage! This pattern includes instructions for the tubular cast-on and bind-off techniques that give it the finishing touch. I am partial to cardigans, too. I love being able to layer easily. Look at the definition here — wow!
These qualities are created by combing multiple types of stitches such as ribbing, slips, garter, and big, bold, beautiful cables. How lovely is this asymmetric pullover tunic! The scaled cables make a statement as they trail off the side of the body. The complexity of the cables sits in balance with the simple stockinette stitching on the other side. Finally, it is made complete with a turtleneck collar to keep you cozy! This knit pullover pays homage to the classic knit gansey sweater. The yoke, comprised of detailed chain cables, makes a strong statement in contrast to the flat body.