Knit Sweater Pattern, Knit Blanket Sweater, Knitting Pattern Shrug, Knitting Pattern Easy, Knitting Pattern White, Easy Cardigan #blanketsweater
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Knit Sweater Pattern, Knit Blanket Sweater, Knitting Pattern Shrug, Knitting Pattern Easy, Knitting Pattern White, Easy Cardigan #blanketsweater



**This listing is for the downloadable digital pattern only. UPDATE: The yarn which was used in this pattern has been discontinued, however, you may substitute and make it with any comparable #5 weight yarn. Ive also had feedback that it turns out similar while holding just one strand

**This listing is for the downloadable digital pattern only. UPDATE: The yarn which was used in this pattern has been discontinued, however, you may substitute and make it with any comparable #5 weight yarn. I've also had feedback that it turns out similar while holding just one strand of the Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick. This beginner friendly, oversized blanket sweater cacoon is made by knitting a basic rectangle on large needles while holding two strands of chunky Lion Brand Woolspun yarn together. It creates a squishy, loose, fairly heavy blanket like fabric using the stockinette stitch for the main portion and seed stitch for the edging. Buttons are attached for ease of wearing as well as to add a trendy touch. The stitches on the sweater are loose enough for the buttons to fit through, eliminating the need to knit button holes. A large, statement piece to cuddle up in all winter long! This is a one size fits most pattern. Modeled on a size small, drape will fit will vary for size large. **This pattern does not contain multiple sizes or pattern support on how to change the sizing that is stated. You will need: US Size 19 (15mm) 29” Circular Knitting Needles 8 skeins (127 yards/ skein - Total 1016 yards) of Lions Pride Woolspun Yarn in Linen 2 1 ¼ “ inch buttons of your choice Sewing needle and thread to attach buttons Scissors Tapestry Needle to weave in ends Skills needed: Knit and purl Gauge: Just under 2 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch Just over 2 ½ rows per inch Measurements: From end of arm to end of arm, measurement is approximately 40.5” inches *Note that the stockinette will curl in a bit at the arms. This measurement is when the stockinette is flat and uncurled From top of neck, to bottom of shrug, measurement is approximately 34” long All patterns are in English, using US crochet or knitting terms. My patterns often times include basic explanations and pictures rather than using standard crochet terms to make them easier to follow. I've always wrote more in "human terms" rather than strictly "standard crochet terms". Permission To Sell Finished Items. If you do sell items made with my patterns, I kindly request that you credit me Jessica Potasz, Mama In A Stitch for the design. **The free version of this pattern, supported by advertisements, can be found on my blog at http://www.mamainastitch.com/ As my patterns are created by me and tested by humans, there is always chance for human error or clarification. I am happy to address any questions or concerns! About: Mama In A Stitch is my blog where I post my simple, modern knit and crochet projects and patterns. I love quick and easy, but also modern and classic. I hope you enjoy my shop and blog. Thank you so much for your inspiration!

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