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Sweater No.20 | Chunky knitting sweater pattern

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- Level: Upper beginner - Intermediate
- Language: English, using US knitting terms

- The sweater is made from 4 pieces (Back, Front panels and 2 sleeves). Each piece is made bottom-up, separately then sewn together.


**Please note that this item is a digital pattern, not a physical product.


15 stitches and 32 rows = 4x4" [10x10 cm] in Shaker’s Rib stitch with 4.5mm needles

Sizes / Dimensions

XS, Small, Medium, Large, XL, XXL

Materials and Tools

1. Nako Wool Sport, color No. 10307: 800 (900, 950, 1050, 1150, 1250) grams.
Note: You could choose another yarn brands, make sure that the yarn is about 120m/100g (Bulky
2. Size 3.5 mm (length: 40cm to 60cm) circular needles
3. Size 4.5 mm (length: 60cm to 80cm) circular needles or a pair of 4.5mm straight knitting needles
4. Scissors
5. Tapestry needle
6. Measuring tape
7. 2 knitting markers

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Pretty design


I'm still knitting but the pattern is super easy to follow and I'm loving the way it looks so far!


Everything perfect. Description is clear and the pattern is very easy. Love how it turned out. Recommend.


The finished sweater is the stuff of my poofy-sleeved dreams. I made it out of 100% superwash merino yarn and it's like wearing the snuggliest cloud.\n\nThe pattern itself was a bit confusing in places - I found several of what I assume are typos (including in stitch count and mixing up left and right shoulders), and it wasn't clear to me what level of knowledge/experience this was catering to since some instructions are very detailed while others are decidedly not. \n\nIf you're an experienced knitter who's used to spotting and troubleshooting pattern mishaps, then the typos/mistakes shouldn't be a big issue, and I'd say the end result is worth it. If you're a beginner, you may find yourself frustrated at times.\n\nThe seller seems quite responsive and willing to offer help, which I was very glad of.


Can't wait to start this one. Looks absolutely fabulous!