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Old 12-07-2012, 04:04 AM   #1
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Pull over sweater pattern
I decided I want to knit a pull over sweater and this will be my first ever. I've been knitting for 8 months and I'm looking for an easy pattern to follow cause I couldn't really find a easy pattern so do any of you have suggestions? and I'vd already look at Ravelry. Can anyone help me please
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Old 12-07-2012, 04:14 AM   #2
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Do you want to work it top-down or bottom-up? Do you want to work flat, then seam or work it in the round for minimal seaming? Raglan sleeves, set-in sleeves, drop shoulder? There are so many things to consider that giving a reccommendation is difficult. I suggest that you might want to look at raglan sleeve sweaters because in some ways they are simpler. Did you find anything close to what you want at Ravelry?
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What kind of yarn are you planning on using?
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
Do you want to work it top-down or bottom-up? Do you want to work flat, then seam or work it in the round for minimal seaming? Raglan sleeves, set-in sleeves, drop shoulder? There are so many things to consider that giving a reccommendation is difficult. I suggest that you might want to look at raglan sleeve sweaters because in some ways they are simpler. Did you find anything close to what you want at Ravelry?
Well I just order some circular needles so I want to knit in the round I wanna try doing it that way.
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What kind of yarn are you planning on using?
Well any kind is good with me but not bulky
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What size are the needles? If they are 7-9 they'd probably be good for worsted weight.

That said.. my first pattern for a sweater was the Knitting Pure and Simple pullover #9724. The instructions were easy to understand.
http://knittingpureandsimple.com/products-page/women/
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There 4-11 US interchangeable needles
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Here are several more for you to look at from Ravelry (free to join):

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/libr...lest-sweater-2
http://www.classiceliteyarns.com/pdf/DuchessRaglan.pdf
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/brick-2
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There 4-11 US interchangeable needles
If you have all the sizes 4 through 11, that will let you choose the correct needle for the gauge. That's great. Much easier than finding a pattern written to your gauge.
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