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Pattern Requests
Sweater pattern knitted from neck down
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May 7, 2013 14:18:41   #
Looking for a pattern that you knit from neck down. Only seams are in the sleeves. Pattern has a pattern in yoke.
May 7, 2013 14:29:31   #
Carol J.
You are looking for a fair isle knit sweater pattern. Type Fair Isle Yoke Sweater Pattern into Google and you will have many choices.

Carol J.
May 7, 2013 14:31:23   #

check out I found a lot of patterns listed. Some free some paid.
May 7, 2013 14:33:56   #
MissNettie (a regular here)
Spinnerin put out a book years ago that knits all sweaters from the top down with raglan sleeves and no seams at all. I have the book but am not willing to part with it and part of it is not good without the rest. What I mean is, you cannot decide that you want to just knit a child's v neck pullover and get those instructions by themselves. It is all integrated into charts. It is a marvelous book if anyone has it and is willing to part with it.
May 7, 2013 14:36:06   #
chickkie (a regular here)
You didn't mention if it was adult or childrens patterns you want, or what weight of yarn.
May 7, 2013 14:41:07   #
Epsons4982 wrote:
Looking for a pattern that you knit from neck down. Only seams are in the sleeves. Pattern has a pattern in yoke.

I signed up for a class with Craftsy, top down sweater in the round ... and the sleeves were in the round too. No seams to sew up at all.
May 7, 2013 18:45:16   #
Carol J.
Sweaters like this sometimes have a design with several colors, they are called Fair Isle. Norwegian sweaters come with a colorful yoke too and years ago there was one that had cables for the yoke that became larger as you reached the body. You might find that one in Vintage patterns. We could use more information about size and type of yarn you want to use.

Carol J.
May 8, 2013 02:42:43   #
Epsons4982 wrote:
Looking for a pattern that you knit from neck down. Only seams are in the sleeves. Pattern has a pattern in yoke.

Go to Ravelry, free to join, they have lots of patterns.
May 8, 2013 10:09:04   #
I have not seen one but if you find please share source ty
May 8, 2013 10:49:41   #
Perhaps you will find something here you like:
May 8, 2013 17:08:20   #
run4fittness (a regular here)
Has anyone every noticed how quickly people are directed to Ravelry? You would think we receive a commission for every one we refer! :)
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