This is a very simple pattern to follow and to stitch up. There’s not any complicated shaping or fancy textures on this, the designer lets the simple stitch provide a gorgeous comfy fit and gives the yarn the chance to show off. This top is also very comfortable, and this stitch has a fun sensory texture that I enjoyed running my fingers across while wearing the top (that’s not too weird to do at your desk at work, right?) I wholeheartedly recommend this pattern.
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I love this pattern! I love the fit, I love how it drapes, I love that the sleeves, and the bottom are kind of gathered/ruched in by the ribbing. It’s flattering, it’s comfy and warm, and the simple but interesting texture is just so perfect. I’m raving, I know I am, but I love these projects when you can just be so happy about the finished piece!
I cannot overstate how comfortable this piece is. I realize part of that is to the credit of the yarn, which is one of my all-time favorites because it’s so luxuriously soft and perfect for garments, but I need to credit the designer as well. This shape is very boxy and simple, but having the edgings all pull in tighter and give it some flattering curves is so smart! It’s light, it’s comfy and warm but not too thick, and I can see myself wearing it all of the fall season.
This pattern is wonderfully simple! Most of the stitching is a basic rectangle with a little bit of shaping for the neck and sleeves. Then you just sew the pieces together and enjoy it! If someone is looking to get into garments and wants to try a relatively simple one, I highly recommend this one. It’s not always easy, and of course there’s some frogging involved to get your fit just right sometimes, but it would be a great choice for an approachable garment pattern.
I was scrolling through Ravelry when a gorgeous colorful sweater caught my eye. I clicked on the thumbnail and discovered that it was not only beautiful, it had a message written on the chest: “You can cope”. Even better than that, this message is written upside down, meaning it’s intended for the wearer to read rather than others. I knew it was the perfect project to make, and I think that was the fastest I ever clicked a purchase link! I hope this review spreads the awareness of this pattern, and others can find this pattern at a suitable time in their lives just like I did.
I had a lot of fun making this simple-but-gorgeous piece! This sweater is definitely one that will get people asking “where did you buy that?” quickly followed by “there’s no way you MADE that!” It’s an interesting silhouette, it was literally designed to look good with variegated yarn, and it’s also comfy! It was a no-brainer.
This pattern was so much fun to make and so simple. I am glad I chose the yarn I did! A special, colorful, one-of-a-kind cardigan that you are not going to find in stores! I would buy it and do the same thing again in a heartbeat, just to use a different colorway and have even more bright beautiful sweaters perfect for Spring and Fall!
This is a crochet pattern review of the Slanted Granny V-Neck Pullover pattern from designer JolieKnots Crochet. Review done by A Stitch Shy of Normal for EyeLoveKnots.
This is a crochet pattern review of the Body Language Sweater by Knits ‘n Knots. This post contains affiliate links for WeCrochet. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! It’s me, Abigail with A Stitch Shy of Normal…. Read more
Part 4 of the crochet-a-long for how to crochet the Tessellated Triangles Sweater is on the sleeves. This post contains affiliate links for LoveCrafts. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! This week, we are working on either… Read more