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goldsmobile top and whitehorse pullover

I’m pleased to announce that two of my designs, previously published in Interweave Knits, are now also available for purchase here at DCD.

First up is my Goldsmobile Top:

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The Goldsmobile Top was inspired by a flexible approach to dressing for fall: even the sunniest days are book-ended with cooler mornings and evenings. This cabled top is designed to work equally well over a sleek turtleneck or a well-loved plaid flannel shirt. There is no shaping in the body and the armholes are sized to accommodate layering.

The body is knit flat from the bottom up, beginning with a split hem. Stitches are picked up from the body for the turtleneck and armhole edgings, each of which is worked in the round. A tubular cast-on and cast-off are used for the hem and turtleneck to ensure that both have sufficient stretch.

To learn more about the Goldsmobile Top when it was first published, check out my past blog post here.

To purchase the pattern, you can click here at DCD or follow this link to Ravelry.

Next up is my Whitehorse Pullover:

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The Whitehorse Pullover is inspired by all of the things that make a sweater your favorite sweater: not just comfort and coziness, but also a simple, timeless texture with the ability to be dressed up or dressed down. Whitehorse is a traditional drop shoulder sweater; to contrast with the oversized fit of the body, the arms have a slimmer fit.

Whitehorse is knit flat from the bottom up in pieces and seamed. Stitches are picked up for the turtleneck, which is worked in the round. A tubular cast-on and cast-off are used for the body, sleeves, and neck to ensure that all of these edges have sufficient stretch.

To learn more about the Whitehorse Pullover when it was first published, check out my past blog post here.

To purchase the pattern, you can click here at DCD or follow this link to Ravelry.

Happy knitting!
xoxo Danielle