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This pattern includes two sets of instructions, one for top-down, seamless construction and the second for bottom-up, seamed construction - you choose which way you would like to knit this summer sweater.
Yarn Note: This sweater is worked in Sport or DK weight yarn at a looser gauge than the yarn calls for. This creates a nice and sheer fabric which is perfect for summer. Many different yarns can work for this sweater, but for best results use a yarn that has some silk, hemp, linen or acrylic with cotton.
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Linen/Cotton/ Cotton-Acrylic, Cotton-Silk, Bamboo-blends Sport or DK Weight Yarn – 700 (750; 800; 850; 900; 1,000; 1,100; 1,200) yards
Needle Size: U.S. 6 (4 mm) or needles to get gauge
Gauge: 16 sts/4"
Version #1: Top-Down Seamless Construction
This sweater is worked from the top down in seamless construction, with set-in sleeves that are knit onto the armhole edging.
Version #2: Traditional Bottom-up Seamed Construction
This construction follows the conventional construction of knitting the sweater’s back, then knitting the front and the two sleeves separately from the bottom up. Once all four pieces are knit, they are sewn together to make the sweater.
Neckline: The sweater looks cute with an unfinished neckline, however instructions are included how to knit a neckline ribbing finish.
Here are some photos of the finished sweater:
Keep in mind that I am using a “mannequin” that is a size S and I knit a XL, so the V-Neck looks a bit larger than it will look like in "real life".
I left my sweater’s neckline unfinished. I am thinking about crocheting a slip stitch around the neckline because I like this look or I might just leave it unfinished.