boheme sweater

I’m excited to finally post pics of this baby sweater. It was a fun little knit, even though I had to rip back a few times in the beginning because of missed buttonholes. (I must be out of practice knitting and watching tv.)

The only thing I changed about the pattern was the picot bind off. I chose a picot hem instead, which lies flatter and feels more finished to me.

boheme sweater

My friend Lisa introduced me to Boheme and has knitted up quite a few of them. It really is the perfect three-season sweater: over long sleeves in the Fall, a turtleneck in the Winter and a tank top in the Spring. I’ll definitely be making another one. I’ve see a few feather and fan versions that are really cute.

What’s your favorite baby sweater pattern? Knit or crochet. Share in the comments!

pattern notes: You can find the pattern on Ravelry here. I used some Patons Rio from my stash. I love this yarn and wish it hadn’t been discontinued. I only have two skeins left.

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7 Responses to finished: boheme sweater

  1. Sarah M says:

    Very cute, Julie!

  2. Mom says:

    Just lovely!

  3. emily nash says:

    Julie, that looks too small for me. It’s lovely, however.

  4. […] the green scrappy scarf and I’m ready to start another one. I also need to cast on a second Boheme. It will be the same yarn so I’ll have to mix up the pattern a bit to keep it interesting. […]

  5. helen says:

    love this!

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