Weekend Lounger | Oversized Sweater Pattern

Weekend Lounger | Oversized Sweater Pattern

$5.00Price

I wanted to design an easy oversized sweater pattern for beginning knitters or a first-time sweater project. The front, back and sleeves are knit in garter stitch, so there is no purling involved! The boxy oversized fit, boat style neckline and drop shoulder require no difficult shaping or seaming. The long balloon sleeves require only a small amount of tapering and a ribbed cuff at the end.

 

Note: ****For digital download of pattern and not finished product.*** 

  • Pattern Information

    Craft

    Knitting

    Details

    This sweater is knit with a generous amount of ease, making it a perfect weekend lounge top. It would also be a cute oversize knit worn casually with leggings or jeans. Choose a size that is 10-12”/25-30cm larger than your chest measurement. Model shown is wearing 46”/117cm on 34”/86cm chest circumference

    Finished Measurement
    Bust: 42 46, 50, 54, 58, 62, 66” / 107 117, 127, 137, 147, 157, 167cm

    Gauge
    16 sts/26 rows = 4” in garter stitch

    Yarn
    Estimated Yardage: 1150 1225, 1400, 1525, 1650, 1800, 1900yds / 1052 1120, 1280, 1394, 1509, 1646, 1737m
    Shown in Lion Brand Heartland in Bryce Canyon

    Materials
    Size US #8 (5 mm) 36” circular needle
    Size US #7 (4.5 mm) needles for cuffs
    Stitch Markers
    Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

    Stitches to Know
    Knit, purl and simple decrease stitches

    Other places to purchase

    Find this pattern on Etsy here

    Find this pattern on Ravelry here

  • File Information

    Purchase of this pattern includes a PDF download of the written instructions as well as permission to sell the products made from the pattern for craft or handmade websites and not for mass production use. This permission is given with the agreement of acknowledgement to this pattern or a link back to this pattern if used for web sites, blogs or for sale sites. Copying, selling or distribution of the pattern without permission is prohibited and protected under copyright law.