Project

Lace Wedge Yoke Sweater

You Can Make This

FeistyRedhead made Lace Wedge Yoke Sweater with:

Choose Your Own Sweater Adventure

Online Class

Choose Your Own Sweater Adventure

with Eunny Jang

  • Cascade Eco + in Sapphire
  • US 11 / 8.0 mm / UK 0

Q&A with FeistyRedhead

chogeland902559 asked:
I would love to make this! Where can I get the pattern?? Thank you.
FeistyRedhead answered:
I made this in the Choose Your Own Sweater Adventure class. The link to the class is right below the picture. There are a lot of variations you can make too!
Sheilaculv asked:
where can I get the pattern? love it
FeistyRedhead answered:
Thanks! I made this in the Choose Your Own Sweater Adventure class. The link to the class is right below the picture.
browneyedgirl58 asked:
It's a beautiful sweater! I love the pattern on the yoke! Is the pattern available? Where/how can I get it?
FeistyRedhead answered:
I made this in the Choose Your Own Sweater Adventure class. The link to the class is right below the picture. There are a lot of variations you can make, and they all use bulky yarn so they're fast knits.
bloomee asked:
What is the edging on the bottom of this sweater?
FeistyRedhead answered:
It's just a round of purls, followed by a few more knit rows. The purl gives it that little ridge, but be warned that the edges will roll up a little.
Sandy_knits-a-lot asked:
Beautiful sweater! I saw the link to it when reading your Craftsy blog post on how to stop stockinette from curling. Your sweater was cited as an example of "just let it curl". It looks like on the sweater and sleeve edges you used a couple rounds of purl (separated by a couple rounds of knit) to control the curling somewhat. Is that what you did? I am looking for minimalist look finishing but also practical (no extreme blocking to keep the look), and this looks like it might do the trick.
FeistyRedhead answered:
Hi! Thanks for reading my post. :) It's just one round of purling to give it a nice ridge, but you're right that it still rolls up on the edges. The purl just gives it a little extra something, so it would be great if you want a minimal hem that isn't ribbed.