I don't know why I've been waiting for someone to have photos of this process, when I've got my world-class illustration skills to draw on! (This #fringeandfriendsknitalong has it all, people.) Ok,...

Joining sweater parts at the underarm: Here comes the fun!

Ravelry: Scarlett's Cardi pattern by Annie Riley

Scarlett's Cardi pattern by Annie Schwier

Scarlett's Cardi by Annie Riley.nice but much lager and bring the right being down past the elbow. Can't imagine the strange wear it would have after much use. MXS get make a good sock monkey adult sweater

Maja - Gima | knitting pattern by Marita Rolin. An A-line, asymmetric hem, sleeveless top knit with Habu Textiles Cotton Gima.

Maja - Gima pattern by Marita Rolin

maja - gima knitting pattern by marita rolin. reversable a-line, asymmetric hem, sleeveless top knit with habu textiles cotton gima.

knit by Jonny19 via Flikr and based on the Cobblestone pattern by Jared Flood .... the knitter stated that she used a 3.5mm needle (spokes) so it is possible that the yarn is a Double Knit/8ply used here instead of the 10ply in the pattern?

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knit by via Flikr and based on the Cobblestone pattern by Jared Flood . the knitter stated that she used a needle (spokes) so it is possible that the yarn is a Double used here instead of the in the pattern?

Ravelry: Maja - Gima pattern by Marita Rolin

Maja - Gima pattern by Marita Rolin

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Love this concept ~ extra wide sweater front, organise the fold, buttonhole it and what an awesome top with tights. Refashion idea for my big sweater

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This oversized sweater is worked from the top down, sleeve edge to sleeve edge in Stockinette and Sand Stitch. Techniques used: invisible (provisional) cast on, short rows, picking up stitches, 3 needle bind off, k2tog, SSK, and working in the round.

the Llama ll Sweater pattern by Karen Clements

This oversized sweater is worked from the top down, sleeve edge to sleeve edge in Stockinette and Sand Stitch. Techniques used: invisible (provisional) cast on, short rows, picking up stitches, 3 need (Diy Clothes Sweater)

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a very nice cardigan examplethe left side is completed, the right side is covered in the same way, then I can not decide whether to continue with the same pattern or not, I think that it will be very beautiful after it is finished.

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