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Designed by Sue McCain
Difficulty: 4.0 (1 user)

The soft, drapey Cowl neckline of this pullover reminds me of the ebb and flow of the ocean currents at Acadia National Park in Maine, which I visited when I was in high school. The greens and blues in the yarn echo the colors of the ocean and tidal pools. It has lovely curves and deep ribbing at the hips and sleeve cuffs. If substituting another yarn, make sure it’s a yarn that drapes well, and that isn’t stiff.

This is a top-down, set-in sleeve pattern, with short-row shaping to shape the sleeve cap (instructions on how to work short rows are included). There are also tips on how to customize your fit.

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Difficulty: 4.5 (4 users)

When I first moved to New England, I lived in Boston. Winters there were cold and windy, and this top-down hooded coat would have been the perfect survival gear. It’s got a roomy hood which blocks the elements, but looks great when not in use. The yarn I used recommended a gauge of 3.5 stitches to the inch, but I knit it slightly tighter (3.75 stitches) to give it a more dense fabric; keep this in mind if you’re planning on substituting.

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The city of Boulder, Colorado is a magnet for those who love outdoor activities of all kinds. This hoodie will become your go-to sweater when you’ve just got to be out enjoying life.

The pouch pocket is easy to work - knit the top of the pocket with 2 strands of yarn, divide the doubled stitches to work the pocket facing and body separately until they’re done, then knit them together to close the bottom of the pocket. The hood doesn’t just look good — it’s large enough to be comfortable, and the ties ensure that it will stay in place no matter how hard the wind blows....

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The first time I tried this top-down cardigan on after finishing it, I was in love. It’s comfortable and easy to wear, and is the perfect piece to show off a lovely lace top. The waist and hips are shaped to flatter, and the tie below the bust reinforces your shape. The ribbed bands begin at the center back neck with a provisional cast-on. This would also make a lovely coat – since it’s worked top-down, just keep knitting until you get to the perfect length for you!

Note: The Ashton yarn I used for the sample has been discontinued. Plymouth Yarn DK Merino Superwash (100% fine merino superwash wool; 100 grams / 130 yards) is a great substitution for Ashton.

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Difficulty: 4.0 (3 users)

Who hasn’t owned a simple, shapeless, cardigan that was super comfortable, but lacking in personality and style? This top-down cardigan gives you the same comfort and wearability, but with a fresh, feminine aesthetic. The waist and hip shaping call attention to your curves, and a wide neckband with a rolled finish makes this piece stand out from the crowd. You’ll never go back to your sad old cardigan once you’ve worn this one.

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Charleston, South Carolina, has a reputation for friendliness, good taste, and culture. Those describe this stunning short-sleeve cardigan beautifully. Easily dressed up or down, Charleston has a classic feel and fitted silhouette, slightly wider in the hips than the bust. As with all Basix patterns, tips are included to help you change the waist and hip shaping if you’d like, to better fit your own shape.

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Difficulty: 5.0 (1 user)

Concord, Massachusetts is a classic New England town, with lovely old architecture and impressive history. Like Concord, this swing coat is a classic that you will return to over and over again. It was designed with a bit of extra ease so you can wear it over layers, and its back gusset and generous body shaping give it a wonderful swing shape.

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While I was a student in Paris, I went to visit a friend’s parents in the French Alps, and we drove over to Geneva for a festival. The drive through the mountains was amazing, and the festival was a ton of fun. We got to sample real Swiss fondue, which was wonderful. I wish I’d had this sweater then. It seems to fit the aesthetic of that region – a great blend of style, warmth, and easy wearability.

This is a top-down, set-in sleeve pattern, with short-row shaping to shape the sleeve cap (instructions on how to work short rows are included). There are also tips on how to customize your fit.

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Difficulty: 3.0 (3 users)

It doesn’t get more basic than this men’s crew-neck pullover. It’s super comfortable and easy to wear – no muss, no fuss, the way guys like it. I’ve named this sweater “Glasgow”, which is from the gaelic, and means “green hollow”. I’m a big fan of Scotland and all things celtic and am planning a trip to Scotland in the next month, so it’s been on my mind. This sweater would look great worn over a kilt (be still my heart!).

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Difficulty: 3.5 (2 users)

There’s something Irish about this lovely pullover. Maybe it’s the shaping at the waist and sleeve cuffs that remind me just a bit of Irish step-dancing costumes. Maybe it’s the fiery color. Maybe it’s just that I’m Celtic at heart, and it takes little to make me think Irish or Scottish. Whatever it is, this is a wonderful sweater, nicely shaped at the waist, with a flattering square neck and feminine belled sleeves. Sláinte!

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Difficulty: 0.0 (0 users)

Killington is one of the better-known ski towns in Vermont. At one point, the Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival was held there. I tried to convince them that my very woolly Standard Poodles were actually sheep so I could bring them with me, but no luck. This sweater is the perfect après-anything pullover, that will keep you toasty warm and comfortable while you relax with a good book (or dog) by the fire. As wth all Basix patterns, tips and measurements are given for those who want to tweak some of the shaping elements.

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Difficulty: 3.7 (6 users)

Nantucket, an island off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is lovely — full of sun, sand, soft breezes, and historic New England architecture (one of my favorite things!). It’s a great place to spend lazy summer days. This top, like it’s namesake, is easy-going and comfortable, a top you’ll be happy to wear on any occasion. The waist nips in just enough to flatter your figure, and the scooped neck shows off your summer color and keeps you cool.

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Portland, Maine, is a great seaside city with a vibrant downtown, yet it remains within easy reach of plenty of outdoor fun. Mainers bring a sense of style to their outdoor pursuits, and the state is famous as the home of great outdoor gear. This pullover is aptly named, since it boasts comfort, warmth, and style, all in one. Work the waist and hip shaping as given, or omit both and work the piece straight down from the underarm for a looser fit.

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Difficulty: 1.0 (1 user)

When I lived in Massachusetts, Rockport was one of my favorite towns to visit. Situated on the coast, it was charming and full of interesting old buildings, which I loved to explore. This shell reminds me of my visits to a friend in Rockport – easy-going, comfortable, and a great fit. It’s shaped at the waist, but if you prefer a less curvy fit, leave out the waist and hip shaping, and just work straight from the armholes.

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This lovely top is designed to keep you comfortable in hot weather. It’s a simple, classic design, with an easy-to-work lace trim around the sleeves and the hem. The waist and hip shaping ensure that the top flatter your figure; the hips are slightly larger in circumference than the bust, so it won’t cling. As wth all Basix patterns, tips and measurements are given for those who want to tweak some of the shaping elements.

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