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Knitted Jackets eBook: 20 Designs from Classic to Contemporary

Show off your personal style with the instantly downloadable Knitted Jackets eBook, a folk-inspired collection of fun-to-knit wearable knitted jackets from knitwear designer Cheryl Oberle.

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Knit Jackets With Style

The Knitted Jackets eBook is an inspiring collection of 20 step-by-step designs for creating wearable jackets varying from long to short, close to loose-fitting. Every design features gorgeous colors and textures.

You'll knit fashionable designs without elaborate shaping as the structure of these jackets is, for the most part, simple! There is no elaborate shaping and most are designed to have a minimum number of seams, allowing them to be "knitted together" rather than sewn.

You'll also get clear patterns and step-by-step instructions. Each of the 20 patterns in Knitted Jackets has detailed yarn information accompanied by the Craft Yarn Council's standard weight symbol. A dedicated chapter on materials and techniques makes yarn substitutions easy. Get everything you need to knit fun and beautiful jackets with this incredible eBook!
Table of Contents


Box Top
Tyrolean Jacket
Three Sister
Rachel's Jacket
The Wrapper

Northwest Celtic
Dakota on the Side
Baltic Bodice
Wabi Sabi

Bloomsbury Jacket
Puzzle Me This
Edwardian Day Coat
Little Edo
Ivory Leaves
Scholar's Jacket

Materials and Techniques

About the Author

Cheryl Oberle has been teaching nationally and designing knitwear for several years. She has written for Interweave Knits and Knitters magazines, and is the author of Folk Vests and Folk Shawls(Interweave). When she isn’t writing or creating new designs, you can find her in her studio—Cheryl Oberle Designs, in Denver, Colorado—dyeing yarns for her popular line of vests and shawls. She has held annual knitting retreats for many years in Taos, New Mexico, and other Rocky Mountain locations.

'The designs are imaginative and interesting.'--Bangor Daily News

SKU: EP5437

Author/Speaker/Editor: Cheryl Oberle

Format: eBook

ISBN 13: 9781620330500

Customer Reviews

Yes and No Review by Brigitte

I love seamless knitting and I love that about this book. The patterns are well written and easy to follow. My sole complaint is with the sleeves in many of the patterns. Drop shoulders can look VERY sloppy and if you have short arms (which I do) the actual sleeves are very short, making the whole thing look very strange. Having said that, there are a few things I intend to try (not the drop sleeve ones though).

(Posted on 7/30/14)

Yarn Review by Jill

Like most of the patterns in this book. Always have trouble finding suitable yarn.

(Posted on 7/15/14)

love seamless construction Review by Peggy

The jacket on the cover is why I bought the book. But there are at least half that my fingers are itching to start. Love that they are seamless construction. Love to knit seaming not so much. In conclusion I haven't started anything yet but from reading the ones I want to make the patterns look well written and easy to understand.

(Posted on 2/9/14)