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Easy Evening Sweater (Turtleneck Edition) English

Easy Evening Sweater (Turtleneck Edition) English

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Easy Evening Sweater (Turtleneck Edition) is a beautiful sweater made in a broken rib stitch with long sleeves and a turtleneck. It is perfect for the chilly time of the year and can both be dressed up for a fancy occasion or dressed down to relax.

You can read about what you can expect in our patterns here

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Sizes: XS (S) M (L) XL (XXL) 2XL (3XL) 4XL

Measurements:

Bust circumference: about 90 (96) 102 (110) 120 (125) 134 (144) cm

Length: about 51 (52) 55 (58) 60 (60) 60 (60) cm

Gauge: 15 stitches x 24 rows broken rib stitch on 5 mm needles = 10 x 10 cm

Needles: 5 mm circular needle (80 cm and 40 cm)

Yarn alternative 1: 1 strand of  Drops Nepal (50g=75m). Buy/view the yarn hereDepending on the size you will need: 11 (11) 12 (13) 15 (15) 16 (17) balls

Yarn alternative 2: 1 strand of Drops Air (50g=150m). Buy/view the yarn here. Depending on the size you will need: 6 (6) 6 (7) 8 (8) 8 (9) balls. Held together with a secondary strand of Drops Kid Silk (25g=210m). Buy/view the yarn here. Depending on the size you will need: 4 (4) 5 (5) 6 (6) 6 (7).  balls

Difficulty: ★★ 2 - which corresponds to easy  You can read about our classification of difficulties here

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Judy Lawson
Easy Evening Sweater (turtleneck

Pattern is fairly easy to follow, but my suggestion would be to put all the helps & how to’s on one page for easy reference. I am actually knitting this right now and missed something even though I read the entire pattern instructions first.

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Judy Lawson
Easy Evening Sweater (turtleneck

Pattern is fairly easy to follow, but my suggestion would be to put all the helps & how to’s on one page for easy reference. I am actually knitting this right now and missed something even though I read the entire pattern instructions first.