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Coda by BrooklynTweed

Coda by BrooklynTweed

“I never imagined that fond memories of spring and summer days spent woodworking with my father in the backyard would surface as I worked on this piece. My intent was simply to design a feather-light multi-season top with interesting lines; something to be slipped on whenever a little extra warmth or coverage is needed. As …

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“I never imagined that fond memories of spring and summer days spent woodworking with my father in the backyard would surface as I worked on this piece. My intent was simply to design a feather-light multi-season top with interesting lines; something to be slipped on whenever a little extra warmth or coverage is needed. As …

Decorialab knitwear Studio www.decorialab.com

Decorialab knitwear Studio www.decorialab.com

Ravelry: Dolores pattern by Dawn Catanzaro fingering 1006-1829m

Dolores pattern by Dawn Catanzaro

Ravelry: Dolores pattern by Dawn Catanzaro fingering 1006-1829m

Nord by Veronik Avery for Brooklyn Tweed. Fingering wt., 24 sts/4 in. in garter after blocking

Nord by Veronik Avery for Brooklyn Tweed. Fingering wt., 24 sts/4 in. in garter after blocking

jupe-plumetis-violine-zadig-et-voltaire

jupe-plumetis-violine-zadig-et-voltaire

so clever

so clever

exactement ce pull là

exactement ce pull là

chunky garter stitch knit sweater

chunky garter stitch knit sweater

This delicate, feminine pullover bares your arms to the spring sunshine and makes an impact with a pair of bold cables with delicate eyelets along the raglan lines. But the real surprise is on the back, where an innovative arch shape turns the same cable and lace sideways and creates a reversible garment. The body is worked in the round from the hem up, then divided to work the raglan yoke on one side and shaped with short rows to form the arch yoke on the other. The upper yoke and sleeves…

Coda pattern by Olga Buraya-Kefelian

This delicate, feminine pullover bares your arms to the spring sunshine and makes an impact with a pair of bold cables with delicate eyelets along the raglan lines. But the real surprise is on the back, where an innovative arch shape turns the same cable and lace sideways and creates a reversible garment. The body is worked in the round from the hem up, then divided to work the raglan yoke on one side and shaped with short rows to form the arch yoke on the other. The upper yoke and sleeves…

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