"Ready Set Raglan: Pullover Patterns for Every Knitter" is the new book edited by the Pom Pom Quarterly magazine team. It contains 8 patterns of top-down raglan sleeve sweaters and the raglan sweater formula to knit the jumper style that suits you best.
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Ready Set Raglan: Pullover Patterns for Every Knitter", the new book edited by the Pom Pom Quarterly magazine team, is already avaible for presale.
In this book you will find 8 different patterns for top-down raglan sleeves sweaters. If you don't know how to knit a raglan sweater this book will guide and help you step by step making the samples.
But the strong point of "Ready Set Raglan: Pullover Patterns for Every Knitter" are the customizations, giving the knitters the freedom to make each model their own. Not all people have the same body and we don't all fit the same sweater style. With some basic tips and clear instructions, this book will help you adapt the patterns to what suits you best: high neck or better boat neck, color combinations, types of stitches and textures, different kinds of increases for a more or less decorative raglan, what type of hem or ribbing do you like best? Well, put it in your pattern!...
Patterns in "Ready Set Raglan: Pullover Patterns for Every Knitter" are mostly knitted with 4mm knitting needles (although you already know that this depends more on your tension) and with worsted yarns, which will make yarn substitution easier if you want adapt the patterns to thinner or thicker weights, according to what suits you best.
Which are worsted weight yarns? Well, the truth is that it is a quite ambiguous term. We often say that worsted weight is a yarn slightly thicker than a DK and slightly finer than an Aran weight one, and in many patterns they are interchangeable thicknesses. In the United States they call worsted what in the United Kingdom they call Aran. But based on the suggested needle size for the patterns in this book (and considering that many of them play with two threads to achieve the desired thickness), if you are not adventurous enough we suggest to choose a DK weight yarn to make your swatch.
The objective of "Ready Set Raglan: Pullover Patterns for Every Knitter" is to empower knitters with the skills they don't knew they have. And that's not all, because if you want to go a step further, this book gives you the raglan sweater formula so you can design your own raglan top-down sweaters!
Needles ready, stash set... raglan!
Remember that if your purchase contains more products they will be sent together after December 10th.