A Simple Sweater Pattern for Spring

graphite sweater berrocoLightweight sweaters are great to have around this time of year (whether it’s spring or fall where you live). They’re easy to slip on when there’s a little chill in the air and to shed when it gets warmer.

I’m completely in love with Graphite from Berroco for this purpose. This pretty sweater has a simple silhouette — it’s a A-line worked in the round from the bottom up in stockinette stitch. But the effect is really lovely thanks in part to the yarn, Folio, which is a superfine alpaca and rayon blend with lovely shine and drape.

Of course that also means that this sweater will be plenty warm for cool evening walks and will make you look dressed up even though it’s a super comfortable sweater. Sounds good to me!

[Photo via Berroco.]

Comments

  1. Carmen says

    That is a beautiful pattern! I love it because it’s tailored a bit in the middle, so it wouldn’t make me look as “fluffy” as it would if it were straight on the sides.

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