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: three transitional fall sweaters you can knit yourself
The seasons are changing and fall is finally upon us – it is time to switch out your t-shirts with sweaters. That said, we are still amidst the transitional months where a chunky sweater may be too warm, but a t- shirt too cold. Don’t worry, I have the perfect solution. This is when trendy transitional sweaters come in handy! We should consider knitting pieces that are suitable for unpredictable climates, where days may start and end cool but warm up during the day.
These are the three trendy knits I will be wearing during the transition from summer into fall.
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The monday sweater from petite knit is first out and has risen in popularity lately, which may be due to its functionality in these transitional months. It is the perfect in-between sweater and everyone should enter October with this amazing knitted piece. Its lightweight yet warm feel makes it suitable for this unpredictable weather.
Great timing actually, because we have a giveaway running right now, where you can win gorgeous yarn for this exact pattern! Join the giveaway on our instagram and stand a chance of winning yarn, a tote bag and a tape measurer for yourself and two friends! You’ll be prepared for these upcoming transitional months before you know it.
This knitted mesh structured sweater is perfect for those slightly warmer fall days, where a chunky knit would just be too hot. We love how it’s oversized with slightly longer sleeves, the ideal material for a light cover-up. If you live in slightly warmer or fluctuating climates, this one’s for you!
Tove sweater is the perfect oversized, loose fitted transition sweater. Its balloon-like fit is ideal for these uncertain months as it allows for warmth while being light-weight. A combination of mohair and silk allows for the perfect airy feel, while the heat gives comfort. This sweater is a must have for the transition between summer and fall!
You should prepare for the new season and keep warm (or cool) with us! Let us know which sweaters you will be knitting during these transitional months.