Chantilly Lace Sweater

I made this for Young girls and women

Created by: Oge Knitwear Designs (Vera Stensrud)

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  • Project Details

    About

    Testing the waters of my patterns to include adult sizes, this is the first of more to come. A great pattern for the older girls, teenagers and adult women.The sweater is worked in the round from the top down. You cast on at the neckline, knit the yoke, the sleeves are placed on a stitch holder, or waste yarn, the body is completed and then the sleeves are knitted in the round. Sleeves are quite fitted which shows up the beautiful lace pattern running down the centre, The sweater has very little positive ease, length of the sweater is meant to come to the top of the hips. For a looser fitting sweater it is recommended you work a size larger. This is a great pattern for those who have mastered the art of knit and purl, and ready to work on a simple lace pattern. Schematic and chart for the lace pattern, as well as the lace pattern written out in full. Best of all.... no seaming!!

    Needles & Hooks

    • Double Point 3.75mm (US 5)
    • Circular 3.75mm (US 5)

    Accessories

    • Stitch Holder
    • Tapestry Needle
    • Stitch Markers

    Measurements

    Adult (M)

    Tags

    • Sweaters
    • Girls
    • Women

    Craft

    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate

    Status

    project-state Complete
    Started on: Mar 31, 2019 Finished on: May 10, 2019
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    4 Comments

    • Alison B

      Portsoy

      This is such a pretty jumper, I love the design and the lace on the sleeves,very feminine. A winning design all round 🌸
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    • Michelle M

      MELBOURNE

      I love this too so pretty and feminine, the lace on the sleeve looks so pretty.
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    • Tamara C

      Sydney

      Lovely jumper! Very glad to hear you’re branching out into larger sizes as I love your patterns but my babies aren’t babies any more!
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    • Jennifer M

      Avalon Beach

      I love this, I will have to ask my older grand daughters if they do. They are so fussy.
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