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I sure hope you enjoy it! Also, let me know which way you prefer to wear it. With the collar folded back, or closed with the buttons. If you use the gauge given in the instructions you can calculate how many stitches you need for your own size. Ex, if you need to add 4 inches, at 2 stitches per inch you would add 8 stitches to you cast on.

Keeping in mind that you must keep the odd number of stitches for the moss stitch edge. Then proceed the same through the pattern except you may need to lower your button placement a bit. Definitely check out the photo above where I have the measuring tape showing how far down to place the buttons when the top is laid flat as it was to be seamed. You want them on the outer edge of the seed stitch and closer to the stockinette….. I may have to make one of these for my momma who is freezing when it goes below 75 degrees.

Love your in process photos, too! The construction is so easy indeed! It definitely is not a fitted sweater and truly more like wearing a blanket. Yes, it sounds like your momma might like something like this! I also love big yarn. Thanks for the pattern. You can see which way you like wearing it better, with the collar folded, or with the buttons. I adapted this sweater for a friend who usually wears an XL by simply starting off with stitches instead of the I love this knit sweater ssoooo much that I am going to make 3 adults and 2 child versions for Christmas gifts.

Does anyone want to take a guess at the measurements I should use for a 2 and 4 year old? Thank you so very much Jessica.

Yes, it is big and cozy for sure. Right now it seems we are in a heat wave, so I may have to wait to wear it again for a while. I was wondering, can I use a super bulky 6 yarn and just use 1 strand? You could work up a swatch and see if it is turning out similar, or obtaining a similar gauge to my pattern here. Since we live in the Phoenix area, this cocoon may be overkill with double yarn.

Has anyone tried it with a single yarn? Congrats on getting started. My parents spend the winters in Surprise, AZ so I know how warm it can be there. You definitely get cool nights in the winter though!

The color you chose sounds stunning! Maybe someone else might have an idea. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! Have a great night!

Oh, and I totally agree with you on the circular needles. I like them so much better than straights! Hi, this is so breautiful. I am going to try to do it but I need your help. So can you please tell me the measurement before seaming so I can adjust it?

Thank you in advance! Hi Efi in Greece! I hope this helps you! I hope you enjoy it and let me know if you have questions! Jessica, How tall are you? If you are already going, you might just stop an inch or two before I did and I think it will work out.

Otherwise, it will still fit and will just be a bit longer on her. I saw one today that looked similar at the store that dropped down below the back of the knee. I hope this helps! How sweet of you to make this for her. I hope you and she love it! I finish this beauty, with straight needles, maybe I need to try circular, I am going to the store to get some, again than you is just beautiful!

Thanks sooo much for this pattern! I saw it and loved it. I will do this next! Thanks again for posting this great easy pattern! This looks comfortable and elegant at the same time! I will give it a try! Thank you very much for the pattern. I want to make this for my expecting daughter for Christmas! I found a yarn that is six 6 gauge, rather than 5 gauge you used! Do I change the needle size smaller to get same tension for the pattern to work out?

Awaiting reply as soon as possible so I can get this gift started! Congrats to your expecting daughter! My suggestion would be to knit up a swatch and count how many stitches and rows fit in your swatch for example a 4 inch x 4 inch piece With some simple math you can figure out what you may need to do in order to make it the correct size. You may need to cast on fewer stitches, or change needles. I hope you will be able to figure it out with the yarn that you like! I have been browsing patterns for something simple and mega cozy yet all the ones I filtered through were just.

Maybe the beautiful photos you shared are swaying my decision, hah. Even so, I definitely want to add this sweater to my que of knitting projects. And thanks for the compliments on my photos. The hubby did an okay job. This is an awesome sweater! If so, the measurement of How would I increase it to fit. Can you please help? Thanks so very much! I too need advice …. I am a size three x….

Jessica, my congratualtions for your blog and creative models. I do not follow blogs, usually, I just pick up what I find interestiong here and there, BUT your style is absolutely purely unique and I got fond of it! Hi Rosella in Italy, How wonderful to hear from you! It means so very much to me! You are welcome — I love sharing and meeting wonderful people like you. Happiest knitting to you and thank you again! Okay so I am new to double knitting.

You only cast on double or do you knit two strand technique through the whole pattern? I have been dying to start on a sweater for some time now even though I live in the desert. I also have never followed a blog until you. I am in love with yours. Thanks so much for the sweet words. So you need to knit just as normal, but rather than holding one strand of yarn, you hold the two together. So yes, you cast on holding the two strands together.

Essentially you are making it a thicker yarn in a way by holding two together. I have started it and already I am getting excited!

I am already thinking of what I am going to wear t with! I will send pics when it s done. I too am a plus size woman so I adjusted the pattern accordingly. Thank you for responding so soon! I love this pattern! So easy and cute! Also, what weight would the yarn be? Hope that you can find something that works!

I wanted to take a moment and thank you for offering such accessible and wonderful patterns. Thank you for such an awesome pattern. I do have a question though. The pattern calls for 8 skeins of yarn but since your knitting thing double stranded, would that mean I need 16 skeins?

Looks really easy an going to try it an love the looks of it an long enough to wear as a coat an the stitches are so simple an circular needles are the best!!! Looking forward to knitting up this comfy blanket knit sweater for my daughter! Would you recommend casting on 63 stitches so it wont be overly long on her?

I have those already but would get the 29 inch ones if you think that would be easier to manage. I am very much a beginner—-and totally jazzed to try out this pattern. Thanks so much for responding soon so I can get started!! I am always cold as well so I know this would be amazing. I have the yarn and needles already so just waiting to hear. Thank you so much. Many people have found that this has turned out smaller for them because I am such a loose knitter so it may be perfect as is.

And you can indeed cast on fewer stitches as well if you are still concerned. Would a Homespun type yarn work? You could try a small swatch with Homespun and see what you think!

You are lucky today, Theresa.. Jessica has the link for the blanket-sweater crochet pattern on the right-hand side up at the top of the page. I have a question about folding in for the sleeves. Do you fold it so it meets in the middle of the rectangle or do you have it meet higher or longer than the middle?

I must tell you that this is the fastest pattern ever. You want to fold it just until the corners meet. Hard to explain, but if you take a look at the photos it might help! So glad you like how quick it was. Would you by any chance be willing to help me figure out how to size the pattern for hooligans? I have two daughters that would be thrilled with one for themselves. I loved making this, however, you need to make extra sizes. I am a size 16 and this definitely was too short on me.

I was so disappointed when I went to pin the arm holes and tried it on. Everyone is different and of course I want them and you to know whether the project will work out as they plan! I believe here in the comments there is a lady that shared how she made it an XL size. I am in love with this pattern.

I am a shepherd, Jacob and Shetland sheep, and have fleeces coming out my ears at the moment. I have been looking for patterns for extra bulky yarn and this one is perfect. Knitting it now and have a very important question. How tall are you? I know it will grow, but not that much. So knowing your height would help tremendously!!

Posted a few days ago and just went through all the comments and see that you answered how tall you are!! I think I will hang mine for a week to see how much it grows before finishing it! This is such a great pattern and instant gratification… These pieces do often stretch.

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