Cocoknits Sweater Workshop

$35.00 USD

I’ve been sharing my passion for all things knitting for 30 years. The book came about after helping hundreds of women knit for their body type – and knitting ability. The Cocoknits Method brings together a distinct system for knitting top-down, seamless sweaters with streamlined designs that women will actually wear – and have the time to knit.

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With over 30 years of knitting, designing, and teaching experience – Julie Weisenberger presents her first book: Cocoknits Sweater Workshop which includes eight new designs. The book expands on the simple, seamless, top-down styling we’ve come to expect from Cocoknits.

More than just a collection, however, this book explains the Cocoknits Method – a system of tracking knitting progress in your own easy to follow customized worksheet. Unlike most traditional patterns that create flat shapes, the tailored style of construction in these patterns creates truly three dimensional garments that impart a great fit upon completion.

All designs are worked from the neckline down, so once the neck and yoke area are established, the knitter can just cruise through generating the sweater and not worry about counting or losing track of their place in the pattern. Another advantage of knitting top-down is the ability to try on your garment as you work, to ensure the fit is right.

In addition to all new patterns, Julie has dedicated a section of the book to an in-depth guide to choosing the right patterns for your figure type with considerations for colorwork, textured stitches, and hemlines all working in concert to create the right silhouette for you.


  • Tallulah:
    • Pg. 82 Finished Measurements

      • Finished Bust: 48 (50.5, 53.5, 56, 58.5, 61.5)“/ 122 (128, 136, 142, 149, 156) cmArmhole Depth should say 
      • Armhole Circumference: 15 (16, 16, 17, 17, 18)“/ 38 (41, 41, 43, 43, 46)cm”
      • Finished Length: 24.5 (25, 25, 25.5, 25.5, 26)“/ 62 (63, 63, 64, 64, 66)cm
    • Pg. 83 Needles

      • The needle size was inadvertently left off the needle requirements in early editions of the book.
      • It should read US 10.5 / 6mm or size needed to obtain gauge.
      • The US 6 is for BO as stated.
    • Pg. 84 Schematic

      • Finished bust measurement (shown at bottom of schematic): 48 (50.5, 53.5, 56, 58.5, 61.5)“/ 122 (128, 136, 142, 149, 156) cm


  • Emma Version B: Shape Waist
    • The total stitches increases per row are incorrect in the Hip Inc Rnd; It should read: …repeat from * once more. 4 sts inc’d.
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