Updated: Feb 15
This beaut has been in the making for MONTHS but she's finally ready to meet you and I'm not sure I could be more excited.
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ABOUT The Driftwood Pullover is a lightweight, oversized, boxy sweater with beautifully fitted sleeves. It is filled with texture from the Tunisian honeycomb stitch and features unique slst ribbing. The pattern offers row by row instructions, has color coordinated sizes, and includes diagrams/example photos so there's no confusion.
There are instructions on how to make full-length, 3/4, or short sleeves!
Guys, I don't make 2 of the same item often but, I totally made myself a long and short sleeve Driftwood Pullover. That's how much I adore this design!
YARN: Charme by Ciruclo (Great substitutions include: Soft & Sleek DK, Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly, Bernat Baby Sport or any other heavier sport or lighter DK weight yarn) - Approx. yardage: 1430 (1545, 1600, 1675, 1780) (1960, 2125, 2625, 2815)
NOTIONS: threading needle, scissors, tape measure, stitch markers
BEHIND THE NAME
Our little family explored the shores of Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island here in Georgia late last year and the views took our breath away. It was a photographers dream and the textures on the wood were drool-worthy. In all honesty, I didn't design this garment after this experience but when the sweater came to life and I tried it on, it's the first thing that popped into my head.
Good testers are the backbone to a good pattern. And I can assure you, these ladies are beyond good testers. This pattern would not be what it is today if it weren't for these beautiful, talented women! I'm so grateful for the time and money they dedicated to this design 🖤 Click on each photo below to get to know each maker more!
So that's it, guys! I hope you love it as much as I do. Happy making ❤