Someone give me seven bucks because I have to have this right now:
Bias knitting, for those in the dark, is when knits are worn on a diagonal. Imagine that the rows and columns in a normal knit are like a grid, right? When you turn them diagonally, they distort into a diamond-shaped grid. This grid expands over wide areas and constricts over smaller areas, giving a form-hugging fit. That’s how the sweater is so lofty but still manages to give the boom boom pow booty effect.
The sleeve seams, which are done via three-needle bindoffs, are a nice detail that doesn’t fight with the design of the sweater.
This sweater looks like an expensive designer sweater from a nice store. It can be done in a ton of colors. It’s flattering for my body type. I need fifteen of them.
Someone send me some extra hands!