Cropped Raglan Sweater Pattern. Before you get any further, measure from below the arms where you have knitted to so far to the top of the shoulder. If you don't, the neck will just roll a little, as said before, witch creates a casual look.
The Magic, Custom-Fit Raglan Sweater
If I pick up the use of the bobble color, I end up with two strands of yarn in the back of the word. One attached to the ball of yarn…and the other just dangling there. Please explain to me how to incorporate the different colors of yarn without having all of these knots in the back of the work.
So, when you start knitting a bobble stitch you pick yellow yarn, knit the bobble itself, leave yellow yarn behind your work no cutting until you start the next bobble using the same yellow yarn. Continue knitting till the end of the row and then cut the yellow yarn.
Knit a piece of the sweater until the next row with bobbles and then take new colour of the yarn. On the back side of the sweater you will have loosed thread between bobbles in each row with bobbles. Will the loose yarn behind the bobbles make it difficult to pull over the baby? Seems like they might catch on something, like buttons of under shirt?? I would want about a size 3. This knitted with doubled yarn. Hi Carolyn, yes, you are totally right.
This sweater is knitted with two strands of yarn at once. Huge thanks for noticing it. Thanks for the prompt response. Hi The knitting materials list a main colour of white but there is no quantity for the coloured yarn and no reference to it in the instructions.
Am I missing something? So, I need to roll my colored yarn into two balls so that I have a doubled thread for bobbles, just like with the base white yarn. Can you post a video of the increase row in the sleeves. Or do I put the main body on a holder of some kind? Thank you for your questions. I am planning to start making videos but that is not so fast process. I am sure if you check pictures better you can understand how I did increase row for sleeves.
Just when you finish with body simply put it on holder. Let me know if you have questions! Hello, I have good news for you. I have made video of How to increase from the previous round. Please follow me on Instagram where you can check the video itself.
Hi, I tried to do the bobbles following your written instructions and it creates a hole next to the bobble. Try to pull the base color yarn tightly otherwise I dont understand why the holes appeared. Hi Do you have this pattern in m size? I made this size for my 14 months old doughter and it too small.
That is very strange, maybe your way of knitting is too tight or simply the gauge was different. Add as many stitches and rows as you need and knit according same proportions as in the pattern neck line and sleeves. Yes, she is 80 cm high and has 12 kg. I used the same needles as you and wool that fits that size of needles. Knitting materials and knitting tools: Finished measurements of baby knitted sweater: If a raglan is worked with plenty of positive ease, however, these problems are alleviated.
When working a raglan sweater pattern, each piece can be worked bottom-up or top-down. The body and sleeves can be worked separately in pieces that are seamed together or the body and sleeves can be worked in the round to the armholes, then joined and worked in a single piece to the neck. Because the top of the sleeve forms the neck edge, the front neck shaping can be included in the final rows of the sleeves—angle the top of the cap by working more shaping on the side that will correspond with the front of the body.
The sleeve cap and body can be shaped at different rates or at the same rate; just remember that in most cases, the sleeve and body need to have the same number of rows or rounds between the armhole and the neck. In raglans worked from the bottom up, the raglan shaping is achieved with decreases. To work a raglan from the top down, you would begin at the neck edge and achieve the raglan shaping with increases.
This is a useful construction that allows you to try on the sweater as you go. The raglan sweater style is fun to knit, and I love how the shaping becomes a design element. I have the Banstead Pullover in my queue; the slightly ruched slip-stitch panel at the center front is such a neat element, and so flattering.
I love the neckline, too. The Audubon Shrug is truly special. Its deep back covers any unsightly lumps we may have, and the tailored style is classic. I enjoy raglan sweater knitting, and I know you will, too. Tell us, in the comments!
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