The line forms to the right. Who doesn't need a pattern for a sassy little raglan tee with waist shaping? And the kind of neckline that Puritans would have dreamed of wearing in the 17th century: collarbone-exposing, but modest? With the back exactly the same as the front? In an extremely popular heavy worsted weight? (Two DK's worked together typically give you this gauge if you want to make your own yarn.) And the flowers are the icing on the cake, as it were. The neckband has a delicious little trick at the end to keep it lying flat. From Nashua Handknits Book 51, Impressions.
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