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I am deep into sweater knitting for myself and my little one — who seems to want a mini-me version of every big sweater I’m working on — but that doesn’t mean I’m not on the lookout for new beauties to add to my queue. And the patterns from Hannah Fettig’s new book with Quince & Co., Knitbot Yoked, certainly are really tempting. (That’s a link to my “review” on About.)
The two pullovers and two cardigans in this book are worked from the top down and use the circular yoked design, meaning that stitches are increased at strategic points along the way with less frequency than would happen with a top-down raglan, for instance.
These wedge sections between increases are the perfect place to play with colorwork, and three out of four of the patterns do so. There are also some alternative colorwork patterns and blank charts so you can design your own if you like.
The book is available for digital download for $14, or you can get the print and electronic versions for $16. The patterns — there’s also a beret and mitten set that coordinate with the sweater on the cover — are available individually for $6 each.
This giveaway is for a digital download only. If you want in, leave a comment on this post before the end of the day Sunday, Nov. 10. If you want, tell me what sort of motif you’d like to knit on a sweater. (It’s not stranded or a yoked design, but the next one I’m doing is a penguin on a cardigan for the girl.)
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