Country Cream Sweater [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Add this comfy and cozy Country Cream Knit Sweater to your cool-weather wardrobe. It’s a perfect gift idea to give to your family and loved ones for any occasion.

You can get the pattern for this chill top from the Garn Studio website.

Country Cream Sweater – A Cozy Sweater

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters

Another beautiful creation from the Garn Studio design team. This sweater is ideal for intermediate skilled knitters to work on.

Moreover, the sizes of this garb are, small, medium, large, Xl, XXL, and XXL. The finished chest measures about 35 1/2″-38 1/2″-41″-45″-49 1/2″-54 1/4″ and the full-length measures about 22 3/4″-23 5/8″-24 3/8″-25 1/4″-26″-26 3/4″

That’s approximately 90-98-104-114-126-138 cm, and  58-60-62-64-66-68 cm if you prefer you use metric measurements.

To make this pattern you will need the DROPS Kid-Silk Yarn. It is a beautiful and remarkably soft lace-weight yarn made from  75% Mohair, and 25% Silk fibers. It’s the perfect yarn for Garments, Accessories, and home projects.

Furthermore, you will need a US size 9 Circular knitting needle. That’s about 5.5 mm if you prefer to use the metric system.


You will be using the k2tog knitting decrease when you make this project. The k2tog or knit two together is a basic right slanting decrease that is quite common throughout knitting patterns.

If you’re not familiar with the k2tog decrease, we have an illustrated, step-by-step tutorial for it that you’ll surely find helpful. You can find this tutorial here: Learn How to Make a Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

You will be slipping stitches when working on this pattern. To slip a stitch means to pass the stitch from one needle to another without working it.

If you like to learn how to do the sl or slip stitches, you can check out our fully illustrated tutorial for this technique here: Slipping Stitches Knitwise or Purlwise.

Download Pattern

You can download the FREE knitting pattern for this piece here: Country Cream Sweater Pattern

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn through this link here: DROPS Kid-Silk Yarn

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