Cecily Glowik MacDonald
for Classic Elite Yarns 2010
Elizabeth quickly earned the name “Magic Sweater” because it looks good on everybody. Is it the slipped stitch rib around the waistline that makes middles disappear or the clever construction? Knit it in Liberty Wool Print to take advantage of stunning color variations, or solid Liberty Wool for everyday wear!
(Elizabeth is the official winner of our 10,000th pattern contest, and is therefore one of the most popular designs ever to appear before our clientele-- Ed.)
- In by
- slipped rib at waist charted
- schematics included
- sewing required
- all season
- straight (flat)
- 5 sizes, finished 36" - 52"; see data page
- digital PDF has 5 pages (letter size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 4.5 mm
- US 7
- 20.0 st st
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Sunday, March 04 2012, 15:10
I just finished this sweater using Indie Dyer Supersock Silk Worsted and I just love it. One thing I did differently - instead of creating the front/collar band separately, I picked up stitches all along the edge and knit them in a garter stitch which I found much easier and the patter of the stripes remained the same. I am an intermediate knitter and and no difficulty with the directions - in fact I found this sweater quite easy. Great pattern!
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