Free Spirit Topper (Knit) - Version 1

SKU: L50145

The Free Spirit Topper - Version 1 is a knit cardigan pattern made with bulky weight yarn that has an easy level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Cardigan
Yarn Used
Scarfie - 826
Pattern Gauge
16 sts = about 4 in. (10 cm) in St st (k on RS, p on WS).;
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
5 Bulky
Dimensions Detail
About 30 x 27 in. (76 x 69 cm), after folding and seaming
Pattern Craft
Knit
Made For
Adult, Woman

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Cynthia Tankard
New project

Looks fantastic can't wait to try it

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Tilly Perry
Good beginner project

The pattern is well written. Experienced knitters will find ways to customize the pattern to their own particular needs---shorter or longer length---or adding sleeves to the drop shoulder-line. The yarn specified is perfect for the pattern. I also made a few changes to neckline, deciding to decrease 6 or 7 stitches for a more rounded neckline to flatter my sloping shoulders. I made the decreases between the seed stitch borders and the main body of stockinette pattern. Naturally, I needed to increase 6 to 7 stitches before working down to the bottom edge of the backs to make the front and back "equal width".

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Based on 2 reviews
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C
Cynthia Tankard
New project

Looks fantastic can't wait to try it

T
Tilly Perry
Good beginner project

The pattern is well written. Experienced knitters will find ways to customize the pattern to their own particular needs---shorter or longer length---or adding sleeves to the drop shoulder-line. The yarn specified is perfect for the pattern. I also made a few changes to neckline, deciding to decrease 6 or 7 stitches for a more rounded neckline to flatter my sloping shoulders. I made the decreases between the seed stitch borders and the main body of stockinette pattern. Naturally, I needed to increase 6 to 7 stitches before working down to the bottom edge of the backs to make the front and back "equal width".