Indie Design GAL: Sweaters Part 2

This is part of my on-going Indie Designer Gift-A-Long 2017 series. Starting November 21st I am highlighting some patterns from my fellow designers also participating in the event! Each post will showcase 5-6 different designers and their patterns.

Don’t forget to join in the fun, we’re all over here chatting up a storm (when our fingers aren’t flying that is).

Berlin Soft by Meiju K-P

From the pattern description
Warm cable coat/cardigan that definitely keeps you warm on cold winter days. It is worked from top down and has a subtle a-line body shaping and a large folded collar.

Available in 6 sizes, uses approximately 1530-2430 yds of worsted weight yarn.

Heart of Glass by Mary Annarella

From the pattern description
Worked seamlessly from the top down with one of the prettiest lace patterns ever, this versatile drop-shouldered pullover can be worked either as a sleeveless top in a lightweight fiber for warm climes, or with sleeves to keep you cozy in chilly weather.

Available in 6 sizes and uses approximately 700-1480 yds of fingering weight yarn.

Timber by Shannon Cook

From the pattern description
Knitted from the top down, with an easy raglan shaping. Timber is a relaxing knit featuring simple but effective design details. This casual cardigan – designed to be worn open – features twisted ribbing, stand up or lay flat collar, slimming lines, and handy pockets, for a sweater that’s as functional as it is beautiful, whether you’re at the coffee shop or in the woodshed.

Available in 11 sizes, and uses approximately 715-1423yds of worsted weight yarn.

Soulful Sweater by Anna Johanna

From the pattern description
A light and airy sweater for spring and summer featuring a delicate lace front and fitted 3/4 sleeves. The sweater is intended to be worn with approx. 1.6” / 4 cm positive ease at bust.

Available in 9 sizes, and uses approximately 1094-1914 yds of lace weight yarn.

Sounds of Life by Andrea Rangel

From the pattern description
Sounds of Life is a cardigan pattern with a great relaxed fit, generous pockets, and a standup collar. Cardigan body is worked back and forth in rows and sleeves are worked in the round to the armholes. Upper Fronts and Back and Sleeve Caps are shaped working back and forth in rows. Shoulders are shaped using short rows, then joined with three-needle bind-off. Sleeve Caps are set in and seamed. Collar and front ribbed edges are picked up and worked after assembly is complete.

Available in 7 sizes, and uses approximately 970-1544 yds of aran weight yarn.

A note: I take care to not highlight the same pattern as previous years, so do be sure to check out the GAL 2016 series of posts. Many of those will also be eligible this year for the GAL.

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