Sometimes bottom up projects are seamless, pattern other times they are worked in pieces that are then seamed together.
Knitting Patterns Galore - Bottom-Up: Free Patterns
Some of both are featured here. Again, there are a ton of great patterns out there worked this way, and here are some that caught my eye.
This is a great one if you like a snug fit, too. Go Fish by Divine Twist is her knit version of a sweatshirt.
Knitted one is stockinette stitch through and through, worked in the round to form an A-line, which is a shape I love. I love the contrast sleeves on this one, like a classic sports shirt. This one is worked in a false English rib, pieced and finished with a keyhole abercrombie male models nude. Westminster Bottom has the Sunset Raglananother pieced piece I really like for the different take on a V-neck.
FF: Why Bottom-Up
This one sweater super cozy, too. Cardigans can be worked from the bottom up, too, of course. And Ballade from DROPS Design is a free open jacket where the back and fronts are worked in one huge piece and the sleeves are worked separately and sewn up later. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.