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Lauren's Geodesic Dream

Fall is my favorite time of year! It's the time when my handmade wardrobe gets a real chance to shine. I decided to take a break from (several) knitting projects and whip up the Geodesic sweater with a super fun, and reversible, loop terry we just got in the shop.

Lauren in her Geodesic Sweater

Pattern: Geodesic by Blueprints for Sewing
Size Made: A/B
Modifications: None
Materials: 1 yard of Loop Terry Matching Rib in Charcoal Heather

Blueprints for Sewing Geodeic Sweater

I'm a big fan of a cropped sweater and high-waisted jeans combo so I knew I would get a lot of use out of this garment. There are so many design options for the Geodesic when it comes to fabric choices. One thing I loved about using this loop terry was being able to flip flop the triangle pieces on the front side of the sweater since this fabric is double sided. I think it makes the triangles pop instead of being more subtle. The pieces are small enough that it would be a great stash buster if you wanted to mix and match.

Geodesic in Loop Matching Terry

This sweater may look complicated but I think it would be a great pattern for someone wanting to try out a knit for the first time. I made this in about 3 hours! The most important thing is to try and match up the points of the triangles as close as you can. Mine isn't perfect but luckily jersey is very forgiving. 

Lauren Wright in her Geodesic Sweater

I can definitely see myself making another one of these in the future. Next time I think I'll try Version 2 (which has pockets) in a solid! 

Loop Terry Matching Rib

We are currently sold out of the Charcoal Heather colorway of this thick and lucious Loop Terry Matching Rib, but the Navy Heather looks shockingly similar. If you are interested in a more subtle look, the Light Grey Heather is definitely the way to go!

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