Download the Oak Grove Pullover Pattern, As Seen on Episode 813
Author of the new book Textured Stitches (Interweave), Connie Chang Chinchio visited Knitting Daily TV to discuss her textural design elements with host Eunny Jang. Adding even the slightest bit of textural detail to a classic pattern is what makes it unique, stylish, and sometimes timeless. Watch this interview from episode 813:
The pullover demonstrated in this episode is the Oak Grove Pullover, a classic silhouette with textural seed stitches around the neckline and sleeve's cuff. A pullover that can be worn by any age, you can now download the pattern on KnittingDailyTV.com for free!
The yarn seen in this episode is from WEBS, America's Yarn Store and is called Valley Yarns Deerfield. This yarn comes in 16 different timeless colorways so you can knit this sweater to fit your personality. We promise, this pullover sweater will never be out of style!
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