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For the knitters

Posted by Ali W 
For the knitters
September 01, 2018 10:27PM
I have 16 50grm balls of lovely woody green Crucci I bought for a jersey but am now thinking I would prefer a cardigan. Searched for ages on Ravelry and still going “maybe, maybe not”. So I went through my collection of knitting books and found quite a lovely Jo Sharp pattern - from way back.

Now here is my question.....drop shoulders. I notice not many patterns on Ravelry have these - i wonder if they make bulk at the top of the arms.

Any thoughts ?
Re: For the knitters
September 03, 2018 12:10AM
I knit continuously and find dropped shoulders are much better fitting than normal sleeves. I also like raglans.
I find both of these look much better than the set in sleeves.
Re: For the knitters
September 03, 2018 02:43AM
Totally agree valralph - as I recall set in sleeves were able to be unstitched when they wore out on the elbow.and turned around to live another day.

Dropped shoulders and raglans are way more aesthetically pleasing.

Regards

Barbara Anne
Re: For the knitters
September 03, 2018 03:03PM
Thanks gals. I will get the books out again. Don't know why I always second guess myself!
Re: For the knitters
September 03, 2018 03:23PM
Raglan & drop-shoulder sleeves are far more comfortable and non-restricting than set-in sleeves, too. I also find them more visually appealing.
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