10 June 2016

The Sweater with Kathleen Dames | Season Two, Episode Six : The Split

It’s time to set aside stitches for the underarms. We will need to do so on body and sleeves. Then when we join everything together for the yoke, we will pair up sets of stitches for each underarm. Apologies for the NYC noise this episode - an early heatwave made it necessary to open the windows. Visit the episode thread in the Kathleen Dames Design Ravelry group: http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/kathleen-dames-design/topics/3443718


Visit http://www.kathleendames.com/thesweater to sign up for the newsletter and get your free Purly Pullover pattern*. Your link to download the PDF will be in your Welcome email. Be sure to create your project page on Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/purly-pullover


Thanks for being here, and happy knitting!

xoxo, Kathleen

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*Free pattern available until 22 July 2016. You can purchase Purly Pullover from my Ravelry shop any time: http://www.ravelry.com/stores/kathleen-dames-design


Purchase the Season One pattern, Solstice Cardi, from my Ravelry shop: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/solstice-cardi


Yarn info:

-Happy Fuzzy Yarns http://happyfuzzyyarn.com/ - Kathleen will be knitting her DK weight Purly Pullover in Happy Fuzzy Yarns Merino DK in the Peony colorway

-Madeline Tosh http://www.madelinetosh.com - the original Purly Pullover was knit in sport weight tosh pashmina in the Bloomsbury colorway


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music: Cafe Parisien with accordion iStock.com/frobisher


Kathleen is wearing the Sly Maid Stole. Perfect travel knitting and year-round accessory, the Sly Maid Stole is bias-knit, reversible, and shows off your favorite lace or fingering weight yarn. Pattern available at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sly-maid-stole

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