The "Missing Link":- A Raglan Sleeve Modification for the Baby February Sweater PDF Knitting Pattern

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The “Missing Link” PDF Pattern: - A Raglan Sleeve Modification for the Baby ‘February Sweater ‘

- The mysterious piece of the pattern which fits!
- Baby February with Raglan sleeve style modification

Have you ever wondered about how your baby February sleeves sit at an awkward angle? Well, wonder no more – here is the “missing link” and the path to neatly sitting sleeves!
I have long had a fascination for this pattern and keep returning to it. The ‘February Sweater’ was originally designed by the legendary Elizabeth Zimmermann and can be found in her book, ‘Knitter’s Almanac”. This little sleeve modification fits like it was always meant to be there. It allows the sleeves to sit well and eliminates the “stress spot” at the ‘sleeve divides’ by creating a small ‘raglan’ for easy stitch additions to sleeve and body.
Skill Level: Beginner Knitter
Pattern Modification designed by Fran Cosgrove 2015.
© Fran Cosgrove 2015


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Helpful adaptation for the pattern - note that this just includes the adaptation, not the whole pattern.
Oct 3, 2017 by Lourdes Orive

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