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Iyokan

A free knitting pattern using DK-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Bottom-Up, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve, Twisted Stitches.

Caron V-neck Pullover

This free knitting pattern uses Worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Colorwork, Long Sleeve, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve, Stripes, V-neck.

Sierra Woods

This stylish men's pullover features a vintage commando-style collar with a button closure and set-in sleeves. It has a traditional construction, and is recommended for people who are experienced at knitting garments.

This free knitting pattern uses Worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Seamed, Set-in Sleeve.

Anthony

Free knitting pattern using Worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Bottom-Up, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve.

Butterbloom

This free knitting pattern uses Fingering-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Bottom-Up, Lace, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve, V-neck.

Penguin Knit Holiday Sweater

This free knitting pattern uses Aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Colorwork, Crew Neck, Long Sleeve, Rib, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve, Stockinette Stitch.

Roscoe

A free knitting pattern using Bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Bottom-Up, Fair Isle, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve, Stranded, Turtleneck.

Darby

Free knitting pattern using Bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Bottom-Up, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve.

Emily

Free knitting pattern using Aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Seamed, Set-in Sleeve, Stripes.

Zelda

A free knitting pattern using Aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round, Seamed, Set-in Sleeve.
















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