Cocoknits Sweater Worksheet

In Cocoknits Sweater Workshop, I explain the Cocoknits Method which uses a new tool – the Cocoknits Worksheet. The colored vertical lines on the columns of the Cocoknits Worksheet correspond to the borders of sections of your sweater: left front, left sleeve, back, right sleeve, and right front. When you select the pattern you’d like to make and have double checked that your yarn is the right gauge, fill in the stitch quantities for each section from your pattern into your Worksheet. As you set up your knitting, you will place a stitch marker of the same color as the corresponding line on your Worksheet at the border of each section.

Then just follow along with the increases and shaping you’ve filled into your Worksheet from your chosen pattern. You’ll be able to see at a glance where and when to increase without having to continually refer to the written pattern. And if you put your knitting down for a few days (or a few years), it’s very easy to see where you left off in your pattern just by checking the stitch count between the markers.

The Cocoknits Worksheet can then be your own customized pattern to make in other colorways and yarns. You can also use Cocoknits Worksheets to plan out any other seamless yoked sweater patterns.

Comments

Cocoknits

We recommend taking a photo of the worksheet page and print the jpg, or scan it with a free app like Genius Scan to convert to a PDF and print worksheets. We also have a worksheet journal which contains 24 full color worksheets (these can be used for non-Cocoknits Method patterns too). In addition to these option, our Cocoknits Method patterns sold on our site, are PDF downloads that come with a worksheet page.


Pamela Marriott

Is there a fillable pdf of worksheet


Kim Hanson

I think the worksheet is genius. The only complaint I have is that the shaded rows don’t show up well when copied. I had to use the darkest copy setting on my printer/copier.


Cocoknits

Hi Margaret, We’ve added a new photo of Antonia/Antonio to the pattern page but it is the same pattern as before. The only difference is that it is knit with a new yarn (by A Verb For Keeping Warm). We promise it is the same pattern, we just didn’t design the pattern to include this new sample we’ve made.


Margaret Power

© cocoknits
Antonia/Antonio
by Julie Weisenberger the pattern is not the pattern for this picture and its the one I want


Margaret Power

© cocoknits
Antonia/Antonio
by Julie Weisenberger


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