FO Friday: Really Rose

It’s so cold out right now that the thought of wearing a three-quarter sleeve cardigan seems ridiculous, but if you’re Blythe, you really don’t have to worry about proper layers.

Rose Sweater for Blythe

The Rose Sweater for Blythe works well for variegated or solid yarn colorways. It has one buttonhole at the front top closure, so you can feature an adorbs tiny button that complements your yarn.

Rose Sweater for Blythe

Depending on the yarn you use, you can get a slightly different look to this sweater. The pink version is an alpaca/silk blend and has a little more drape than the yellow version, which is made with a merino/silk blend. You could also go up a needle size for an even looser knit with more drape.

Rose Sweater for Blythe

This sweater can also be worn reverse-cardigan style for a jumper-style sweater look. I like flexibility in my Blythe clothing, and the option to wear an item two ways is a big bonus for me, so I try to design it into my patterns whenever I can.

The Rose Sweater for Blythe pattern is available on Etsy, Ravelry, Craftsy, and LoveKnitting.

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FO Friday: more cozy warmness

Blythe is in for some more cozy warmth, this time in the form of an over-long pullover with a cozy big collar.

Sybil Sweater for Blythe

I designed this one with a longer collar so that you can fold it over or leave it unfolded for a taller collar.

Sybil Sweater for Blythe

This deep blue colorway just makes you want to dive in, doesn’t it? I would wear this sweater around the house with some fleece-lined leggings if it were my size.

Sybil Sweater for Blythe

Blatant self-promotion: this pattern is available on etsy and Ravelry

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