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Shop Favorite - Slouchy Pullover

You’ve seen our shop sample, perhaps you’ve even squished it or tried it on. Now it’s time to make your own.

Join Tracy to make this lightweight, cozy, oversized sweater that is perfect for lounging around in. Knit on US size 15 needles, you’ll be finished with this hug of a pullover in no time!

This is a fairly easy sweater with a few tricky spots so instead of meeting a bunch of times, we'll be getting together twice to tackle the tricky parts as a group. Get the support you need without a huge time commitment!

Details on the pullover:

  • Oversized

  • Knit bottom up

  • Short rows

  • Drop sleeves

  • Long sleeves

  • 3 needle bind-off

  • Pick up stitches to knit the sleeves

For this project, you’ll need:

  • Enough yarn to complete your chosen size (finished sizes in the pattern are 40”, 46”, 52”, and 58” - suggested positive ease of 8-12”)

  • US size 15 needles or size to get gauge

  • Locking stitch markers (at least 12)

  • Tapestry needle

  • A copy of Slouchy Pullover by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas, available on Ravelry

Prior to the first meeting, please have the back of your sweater completed up to the "Back Shoulder Shaping" section. We will tackle the shoulder shaping together in our first meeting. 

In between classes, everyone will knit the entire front of the sweater. During our second session, we will tackle assembling the front and back using 3-needle bind-off and picking up for the sleeves. Then you'll finish off your sweater at home.

We request you purchase your yarn, needles (that you don’t already have), etc. at Yarns in the Farms for this class. Mention you're signed up for class and receive a 10% discount on your materials. Want to purchase your supplies online? Send us an email and we'll send you a coupon code to use on our website.

A minimum of 3 people is required for this class to run - bring a friend!


Instructor: Tracy
Instructor Bio: Tracy's been at Yarns in the Farms for over eight years now - how time flies. Her aunt taught her to knit when she was a teenager and she really only started making sweaters about 5 years ago. Her annual Christmas hat tradition just keeps growing, which means she should really start knitting them in July but she still hasn't learned her lesson. Half her handknits can be found residing at the shop at any given time and someday her unfinished WIP bin will be empty (maybe?).
Price includes class instruction only

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Included Materials



This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.