When One Just Isn't Enough

Sometimes, knitting a sweater once is just not enough. The sweater pattern shown below is one of the simplest top-down raglan sweater patterns I have ever knitted. The pattern is my version of "Pink," a sweater on page 22 of Wendy Bernard's book, Custom Knits.

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The brown and white sweater shows the beginning stages of the same pattern, in a different color.  I love 3/4 length sleeves, but the sweater could also have short or long sleeves, depending on one's preference.

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Both sweaters were knitted (or are being knit) in Lion Brands Recycled Cotton Yarn on size US 8 needles.The pink sweater turned out to fit me perfectly, and because it was knitted in cotton yarn, it is very comfortable. It only took 5 balls of yarn to knit the sweater, which makes this a very affordable sweater, as well. 

Living in the Northern California climate means that I can wear this sweater all year round, which is a good thing, because when the yarn recently went on sale, I purchased enough in yellow, blue, and green to make three more sweaters!