Knit to fit: step up your sweater game

Knit and Crochet at Stitch This!

From Knit PinkSweater weather is coming, and a custom-knit sweater is one you won’t want to take off.

How to ensure the perfect fit: get The NEW Knitter’s Template, the award-winning reference for crafting your ideal sweater.

This extensive book includes nine gauges and 30 sizes, as well as options for body length, neckline shaping, and armhole type to create the perfect knitted-sweater pattern. Mix and match your dream template and enjoy a beautiful, unique sweater for winter!

(Photo at right from Knit Pink by Lorna Miser.)
spacer 10px deep
spacer 10px deep


Get The NEW Knitter’s Template  by Laura Militzer Bryant and Barry Klein with FREE shipping!*

Hurry, this offer will last only until Monday, September 7, at noon PST.

You’ll love the enhanced freedom that comes from designing your own sweater pattern the easy way. This updated version includes tips and tricks, as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
spacer 10px deep

What entices you about knitting from your own template: ensuring the best fit, creating something unique and original, or the thrill of designing something yourself? Tell us in the comments!

*Free shipping to US and Canada only. Must sign in or register first; free shipping will apply at checkout. Offer ends September 7, 2015, at noon (PST).

3 Comments (leave a comment)

  • I am hard to fit–normal weight and height, but a large bust (34DDD), and I’m always having to work fit around my bust. I usually resort to shapeless items in a couple of sizes larger just so that I can cover my bust! Custom fitting would be wonderful!

    Lisa on September 2, 2015
  • I am hard to fit. Larger hips, smaller waist and bust, a custom fit to me sounds awesome! I defiantly want this book.

    —Stacey on September 7, 2015
  • Ditto oversize bust and hips. Plus I prefer a loose fit and short sleeves.

    —lynne on September 9, 2015

Leave a comment

*Indicates required field