Ribs and Stripes Knit Yoke Sweater – Free Pattern

Hello loves! Another week ending and if you’re looking for a new pattern to do this weekend, stay here with us. Shall we knit? The Ribs and Stripes Knit Yoke Sweater is beautiful, colorful and with an incredible texture, it can be your weekend project. And believe me, this model is easy to make. So for those who are starting to knit and who already have a lot of practice, the pattern is for all of you.

Knitting is a craft activity that allows the making of different types of pieces, from the simplest, such as a scarf, to the most elaborate, such as a blouse. Whether in winter or on cooler days, the sweater is an indispensable piece, because, in addition to warming up, it is classic and full of charm. Before starting to learn how to knit, it is very important to know what materials are needed to make the pieces, isn’t it?

There aren’t many, but they are important to ensure the quality of your work. Check it out: knitting needle, yarn, tape measure, scissors, tapestry needle. Handwork can be very rewarding. By learning to make scarves, sweaters and cardigans, for example, you become less dependent on clothing stores, in addition to producing pieces in the exact sizes and colors you want.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Yarnspirations

Ribs and Stripes Sweater Pattern

Choosing yarns is one of the most important parts. In addition to quality, you should think about whether you want a sweater for colder or milder days. That way you know if you need thicker or thinner yarns. From there you will know the number of the indicated knitting needle. In most yarns, on the packaging you will find the manufacturer’s recommendation. Even so, yarn’s yield varies according to each stitch. This is super normal, don’t worry.

Over time you will loosen your stitch more, but it is only practice that gives you these results. Ready to knit? The sweater is knit in one piece, from top down. The Ribs and Stripes Knit Yoke Sweater pattern is available at Yarnspirations. Worried about sizes? In the pattern you find six different sizes. Take measurements and see what works best for you. Knit and then tell us what you think here in the comments, we’ll be very happy to know!