Baby its cold outside! – A warm snuggly pattern by Kristin Omdahl!

Baby its cold outside! - A warm snuggly pattern by Kristin Omdahl!

The temps are dropping, and cozy is now in! Warm soothing drinks, big comfortable sweaters, jackets, hats, gloves, fashion sure does change with the season.

That is why we wanted to call attention to the Kimmy Pattern. This knit top can be made from any weight yarn from light to warm and layered with a turtleneck, vest, or jacket for added warmth.

This pattern was originally a cap sleeve pull over but now comes with long sleeve instructions as well.

Comfortable and sexy is a tough balance to achieve and this pattern does it flawlessly. You can dress it up or go more casual pairing it with jeans. Choose your color, your yarn weight, and off you go! It is sure to be a showstopper this winter season no matter where you live.

Get the pattern!

The Kimmy Sweater
The Kimmy Sweater – easy knit pattern super comfortable!


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You can browse through over 600 previously recorded episodes HERE: Create Share Inspire Podcast Playlist . Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel to get reminders when the next episode airs LIVE. I also created a private Facebook group called Create Share Inspire to allow my audience to continue the podcast party throughout the rest of the day. It is a wonderful and safe place to share your photos of finished projects in my knitting or crochet patterns or yarns, and to see what others are making, too.

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