Fresh Pick

I needed this, a quick and sweet project to forget about the previous two botches sweaters.  I’m happy to report that Sprout was knit without any ripping, tinking, back-tracking, or whathaveyou!

This top-down, seamless knit turned out exactly as I had hoped.  Funnel neck, round yoke shaping, 3/4 sleeves, and I bit longer with moderate ease to allow for some growing room.  Perfect.

 

So, do you want it?  For free?  Let me know, because I have yet to possess mind-reading capabilities (damn it).  I’m thinking that when this blog post gets 100 comments, requesting this pattern, I’ll post it for free on Ravelry.com.  GO!

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16 thoughts on “Fresh Pick

  1. would love to have pattern for sprout for free. need to knit jumpers for my grandchildren and would love to do a neck down pattern. Will make a change from socks, which I do toe up!

  2. What a gorgeous little girl you have modelling that sweet sweater. My daughter is more like a 12 yr old in size so it the pattern goes up that big then I would definately knit it up. Otherwise I dont have any little girls to knit for in that size unfortunately!

  3. 100 comments, you’re not too demanding. I like the sweater, it really is a girls’ sweater, or maybe that’s the colour? A fast knit, you say, like in the ideal gift?

    • It’s just the color, knit it in blue and I’m sure a boy would love it and wear it well. And no, I don’t ask for much, unless… you think I should. Send me you credit card information and I’ll make sure you get a FREE copy of my pattern…

      That was just a joke. Don’t post your credit card, hehe.

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