Love Bomber Knitting pattern - Purl foundry
Introducing the Love Bomber knitting pattern! This cozy drop-shoulder cardigan is made with thick yarn and chunky needles, allowing it to knit up in record time. Featuring a ribbed neckline, over-sized fit, and balloon cuffs, this cardigan is sure to become a staple in your wardrobe. The heart motif on the back adds a touch of whimsy.
This is a printed pattern. Beautifully printed and folded into A DLE envelope brochure size, this will be posted to you.
The Love Bomber comes in three size options and is knit from the bottom up as one piece before dividing off at the underarms. The sleeves are knit in the round from top down, making for a seamless finish.
Please note that due to the bulky yarn used in this pattern, it is not recommended to use straight needles. We suggest using circular needles to accommodate the extra length.
This pattern is best suited for advanced level knitters and above. For those who prefer visual aids, the pattern includes a chart for the heart motif. Start knitting your own Love Bomber today and enjoy the process of creating a cozy, statement cardigan!
Fit & Yarn Details
We recommend a chunky yarn that asks for 15mm needles on the label.
Model wears size B with approx 9” / 22.5 cm positive ease. Designed to be worn with 2-10” / 5-25 cm ease depending on your personal preference. Sizes read as A (B, C).
Finished bust measurements: cm = 98.5 (110.5, 123) / inches = 38.75 (43.5, 48.5).
Yarn Quantity: metres = 415 (470, 515) / yards = 465 (514, 564)
Needles: 15mm/US 19 and 10mm/US 15 circular needles both on a 100cm/40" cord. NOTE: The body is knit flat but the sleeves are worked in the round using the magic loop method and circular needles. If you prefer to use DPNs on the sleeves then you will also need DPNs in both needle sizes mentioned above.
Gauge: 6.5 stitches and 9 rows = 10 x 10 cm in stockinette stitch
Proper yarns we recommend: Bossy
If you like the colour of the sample photographed out best colour match would be Blossom
We try our best to make our photos as accurate as possible but every screen displays colour slightly differently, so we cannot guarantee complete accuracy. Hand-dyed yarns vary from one batch to the next so there will always be some variation between the photo and each individual skein.
Part of the hand dyed allure is each skein's individuality. This gives final objects depth and nuance. With this in mind we recommend alternating skeins (every other row in flat knitting and every row in circular knitting) on larger projects creating a more cohesive blend.