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Hooded Knitted Sweater Pattern

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Hooded Knitted Sweater (khs-hoodsweater) is a Knit pattern. This pattern is rated as being Beginner (Level 1). Finished size is Finished chest: 29 (32, 35; 38, 41, 45, 49, 53, 57)".
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Hooded Knitted Sweater Pattern

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Craft Knit
Yarn Used Homespun - 790
Pattern Yarn Weight 5 Bulky
Skill Level Level 1 - Beginner
Project Type Sweater
Size 1X, 2X, 3X, Child 11-12, Child 4, Child 7-8, S, M, L
Pattern Size Options 1X, 2X, 3X, Child 11-12 Years, Child 4 Years, Child 7-8 Years, L, M, S
Dimensions Finished chest: 29 (32, 35; 38, 41, 45, 49, 53, 57)".
Sizing Information Pattern is written for smallest size with changes for larger sizes in parentheses. When only one number is given, it applies to all sizes. To follow pattern more easily, circle all numbers pertaining to your size before beginning.
Hooded Knitted Sweater Pattern

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  • Have Made It In Many Sizes

    This was the first sweater pattern I tried again, twenty years after learning to knit. It is straight-forward, works well but ends up kind of "floppy" with Homespun (what I have made it in the most). I have also made it in Wool Ease, adjusting the body length and sleeve length to be longer, but the width "standard" for my husband with a long upper body and arms. I have made it most often in Homespun, and in children's sizes 4 years, 7-8 years, 11-12 years, Adult Small, Medium and Large, in a huge variety of colors. Everyone I have made it for has loved it. One thing to maybe adjust for (at least, keep in mind) a little is that when you make it with the hood (and I have made it without a hood too!): when the wearer is wearing the sweater with the hood down, the bulk of the hood (especially if you have not made a front pocket) tends to pull the sweater a bit to the back. If you make the front panel a little longer than the back, it can still hang fairy evenly all around, even with the hood down. Do check your gauge. I have had it appear wider than expected for the length a few times, and when I make it for someone with a long, slender upper body, I automatically add two inches to the length in both body panels and sleeves. It is designed to be worn layered, and tends to sit high on the shoulder when worn over another shirt, so lengthening the sleeves and body takes care of that too. The arms are naturally a little short, when made exactly as specified. Enjoy though! We have loved it in our family, and it truly is perhaps the easiest sweater you will ever knit, that then has to be put together (not knit as one piece on circular needles).

    5/2/2017 By Millie

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