The Bruma Sweater
The Bruma Sweater, which is the Latin name for winter solstice, is a thick and squishy sweater that will keep any child warm in the dead of winter.
This is a raglan style sweater and is knit from the top down. Made out of single-ply worsted yarn, it's a fast and easy knit that has little bobbles running down the raglan increases. It's a perfect project for beginners who want something easy to knit with a little something new.
This pattern is Advanced Beginner in difficulty. Stitches include: bobbles, ktbl, k2tog, k5tog, p5tog, m1L, and m1R. All techniques are explained in the pattern, except for picking up stitches.
- Pattern includes written instructions
- Measurements in inches and cm
- Advanced Beginner in difficulty, all stitches are explained
Materials you need at home:
- 5 mm (US size 8), 16-24 inch/40-60 cm circular needles
- 440 [510, 590, 690, 780] yds/ 400 [470, 540, 630, 720] m of worsted weight yarn
- 5 stitch markers, tapestry needle, and waste yarn
Golden Pine Creations
I first learned to knit to avoid homework, and now I knit and crochet to avoid housework :D
I first learned to knit so I could take a break from my college classes with something productive. I gradually improved and found I enjoyed designing my own patterns. Everything I design is something I would wear, or would have my children wear. I love simple and elegant designs, and I strive to make my patterns doable for those with little experience knitting or crocheting.