Knifty Knitter Swing Jacket Pattern!

The Swing Jacket Pattern is ready!!

Shown here is Sue’s Swing Jacket with 3/4 length sleeves! She used only a little more than 2 skeins of Bernat Soft Boucle, with a single strand, to make her sample in size X-large! I think it just looks great on her!

Swing Jacket Pattern for Knifty Knitter

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I am switching to E-Junkie so you can also use this link to buy this pattern:

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My original sample, in the medium size,(shown below)  is made with 2 skeins of Lion Brand Homespun, and I had about two yards of yarn left after seaming it up!

So here are the details:

Materials:

·         Yellow Knifty Knitter loom or other large gauge loom with minimum of 41 pegs.

·         350-600 yards of Bulky Weight Yarn of your choice.  XS, S&M need 350-370 yards for short sleeve version; L&XL will need up to 550 yards for short sleeve version.

·         Knitting Tool

·         Tapestry Needle

Gauge:

2 stitches, and 3 rows per inch.

Sizes:

XS(S, M, L, XL)   Bust measurement 28-30(32-34, 36-38, 40-42, 44-46) There are directions in the pattern for customizing the fit and length of the sweater. If you need to make a size larger than stated simply follow the custom size directions and use the XL directions for the armholes and sleeves. And don’t forget to add on another ball of yarn so you don’t run out! Hey if you don’t use it you can always return it!

Techniques Used:

  • Cable Cast on
  • E-wrap twisted knit stitch

  • Garter stitch

  • Basic bind off

The sleeves are nicely fitted.. no more baggy loose drop sleeves here; and directions are given for customizng the Jacket size, length, and sleeve style! Knit it up in cap sleeve, short sleeve, elbow length, or long!!  Make it how you want it!! Internet links to tutorials for techniques used are in the pattern so you can just click on the links and go to the sites that will help you!! Wear it down pin it  up, this Jacket is a great versatile piece!!! And it sure kept me warm in church on Sunday!!

Last but not least!!! The winner of the Swing Jacket knit kit is……. Liz!!! Email me Liz so we can set up getting you your patern and yarn!!!!

14 thoughts on “Knifty Knitter Swing Jacket Pattern!

  1. Way to go on such a sharp looking jacket. Not only does is use the Yellow KK loom but it uses less yarn than most patterns. Love it!!

  2. Thanks for having something in a larger size…I have a 42 bust…and usually most of the patterns I see, probably wouldn’t fit. I’m trying to work on my other “bag” right now, but I’m going to keep this bookmarked…and try it shortly.

    Thanks for all of your hard work…it looks great!
    ja

  3. This is great! Many people out here are plus size- this would be great to wear with either pants, skirt or jeans!! How talented are YOU!! Wendy

  4. Wow ! You really set the bar high ! Your sweater is just what I’ve hoped for.
    Will be ordering soon and will be envious till I get my own made.

    Hugs, applause to the creative,
    Deborah

  5. This is lovely Denise. I went to buy the pattern but the paypal account is my husband’s so I was not sure if the pattern would download to his computer rather than mine!

    He doesn’t have access to a printer and is likely to delete it if it goes to him. Do you know if the pattern would get sent to the computer ordering it or to the computer of the person paying for it?

  6. Just saw this on Ravelry — it is beautiful! Wonderful work! You are so talented.

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  9. Denise, this is such an appealing piece. I’ve pined after this jacket since I first saw it YEARS ago, and finally casted on this week. I had a little bit of a backlog of “things I want to make”. 🙂

    As I’m working, I’m having a little bit of a hard time having faith that 41 pegs is what I’ll need to create this in my size (I’m a 38G and was working this as an XL). I feel challenged with imagining how this is working up. When we first cast on, what part of the jacket are we creating? I feel as if I’m missing something or misreading the pattern. This doesn’t at all look wide enough to wrap around me. 🙁

    I just saw that I jacked up a row on my garter stitch border and knit 4 where I should have purled 4 about 20 rows ago…and I’m a perfectionist so I’m frogging and starting again. But before I cast on again, I just wonder if I should be working on a bigger loom to accommodate The Girls modestly? I’m working this on the MS loom with the big pegs spaced every other, in Stylecraft’s Life Super Chunky which is 80m/100g weight. I LOOOOOOVE the color of yarn that I found for this (Damson, it’s so ME!), and ordered a couple extra skeins for long sleeves and any adjustments I might need to make with sizing.

    I’m going to put my stitches into the other WIP’s that I have waiting in the wings until I hear back from you, Denise. That way I don’t have to frog again if I find out that I should be using more pegs. TIA for your time and help! 😀

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