Introduction: Hot Rod Sweater With Flames

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I used Lion's Brand Wool-Ease and Vanna's Choice yarn for this sweater. It was my second and the largest project I've attempted so far involving intarsia knitting. I'm still not sure if I want to do more projects involving intarsia! ;-) (we'll see how the next one goes!)

My husband saw the pattern in one of my books - Stitch 'N Bitch Nation, and decided he HAD to have it. I finished it last weekend, and he's already worn it once to work, and got lots of great comments on it.

Now, on to the next project! Happy Knitting!


V.C.N (author)2014-09-16

Did you know that you twist your stitches? It's distorting the fabric and making it lean to the left.

kiesterl (author)2008-02-05

kiesterl says just great I have about 7 family member that would love one. Wonderful to see more style for our male youth. can we buy a pattern from you?

merlin1974 (author)kiesterl2008-02-05

The pattern is from a book called 'Stitch 'N Bitch Nation'. It's a pattern called 'Jesse's Flames'. Stitch 'N Bitch has also just put out a great book for guys called 'Son of Stitch 'N Bitch' - I've got that one as well, and I think my husband's next sweater is going to come out of it. :-)

uberwald (author)2008-02-04

love it. want one. bet you could sell those on etsy.

GorillazMiko (author)2008-02-02

Cooooooool! I want one of these, I hope my aunt can make me one!

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