Indie Design GAL: Sweaters Part 1

This is part of my on-going Indie Designer Gift-A-Long 2018 series. Starting on November 24th, one to two times a week I will be highlighting 4-6 designs from my fellow designers also participating in the event.

Don’t forget to join in the fun, we’re all over here chatting up a storm.

Juniper by Ash Alberg

I love this sweater. So much so that I actually spun for it earlier in the year. I haven’t cast on yet, but the second all my holiday knitting is over, it’s the first thing going on the needles, and I plan on living in it.

From the pattern description
Simple boxy shaping with a good mix of nearly-mindless sections and a gorgeous lace back brought all my favourite sweater elements together. The best part – it’s reversible! you can show that lace off front and centre if you want, or surprise everyone with a fancy back.

Available in four sizes, and uses 835 – 1187 yds of worsted weight yarn.

(Grown Up) Silver Birch by Sarah Cooke

From the pattern description
Perfect for keeping warm on chilly days, this classic hooded cardigan is worked seamlessly from the bottom up with a bold cable design on the fronts, back and sleeves. The adult version features set in sleeves and gentle waist shaping for a flattering fit.

Available in five sizes, and uses 1430 – 1950 yds of DK weight yarn.

Emma in Winter by Mona Zillah

From the pattern description
This is a pattern for an all over stranded colourwork cardigan with a circular yoke. It is worked from the bottom up and in the round with a steek. Stitches are provisionally CO for body and sleeves which will, later, be replaced to needles to work rib to desired length.

Available in eight sizes.

The Way Through by Paige Reisenfeld

From the pattern description
The Way Through is a worsted weight cardigan comprised of twisted stitches, with set-in sleeves and a modest V-neck.

Available in six sizes, and uses 885 – 1580 yds of worsted weight yarn.

Flat White by Casapinka

From the pattern description
You need a comfy, weekend sweater for the Edinburgh Yarn Festival, one that lets you hang with your knitting buds and run out for a flat white coffee, shop for yarn, and go whiskey tasting and walking 10,000 steps per day up and down the hills of Edinburgh. This generous color work sweater is my answer to this.

Available in five sizes, and uses 890 – 1400 yds of worsted weight yarn.

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