Stranger Things 3d Print Knitting Pattern Ugly Sweater Sweatshirt Christmas

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Comfortable and versatile, this sweater is perfect on its own or as a layer under a blazer or jacket. This casual wardrobe-essential comes in a lightweight fabric perfect for comfortable everyday wear.

  • 60% cotton – 30% acrylic – 10% Spandex.
  • Wool active fiber is used to react to your body’s temperature, thus keeping you warm in the Winter and cool in the Summer.
  • Dye-sublimation printing, Machine wash cold, only non-chlorine bleach when needed, hang dry, cool iron on the reverse side or dry clean
  • PRODUCTION TIME: 3-6 Business Days
  • 2-6 days additional delayed due to Covid-19

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Stranger Things 3d Print Knitting Pattern Ugly Sweater Sweatshirt Christmas

Are you a fan of the Netflix show, Stranger Things? Do you want to show your love for the show in a unique and fashionable way? What better way than to don an ugly Christmas sweater with a 3D print knitting pattern of photos from the Stranger Things series! Whether you’re looking for cozy warmth or just wanting to flaunt your fandom in style, this Stranger Things 3D print knitting pattern ugly Christmas sweater is sure to please. In this article, we’ll walk you through what makes this sweater so special and how you can make your own. Let’s get started!

How to make a Stranger Things 3d Print Knitting Pattern Ugly Sweater Sweatshirt Christmas

Assuming you have a basic understanding of knitting, here are the steps to follow to make your own Stranger Things 3d print ugly sweater sweatshirt. You will need:

-Size 10mm circular knitting needles
-Chunky weight yarn in any color
-Tape measure
-Scissors
-A printer

1) Using your tape measure, measure the circumference of your chest. This will be the width of your sweater. Knit a gauge swatch with your chunky weight yarn and needles to determine how many stitches per inch you get. Once you know this, you can calculate how many stitches to cast on for your sweater. For example, if your chest measurement is 40 inches and you knit 4 stitches per inch, you would need to cast on 160 stitches.

2) Join your stitches in a circle and begin knitting in the round. Knit until your sweater is the desired length. To make a shorter sweatershirt like in the show, knit for about 15-18 inches from the bottom of the neckline. For a longer tunic length sweater, knit for 22-24 inches. If you want to add sleeves, now is the time! Just pick up stitches around the armholes and knit down to desired sleeve length. Finish by binding off all stitches.

3) It’s time to add some embellishments! Get creative with this part – use whatever colors or materials you like best. We added some 3d

Knitting the sweater

If you’re a fan of the Netflix show Stranger Things, then you’ll love this Stranger Things-inspired knitting pattern for an ugly sweater sweatshirt. This pattern is perfect for Christmas, and it’s easy to follow so you can make your own Stranger Things ugly sweater sweatshirt in no time.

Stranger Things 3d Print Knitting Pattern Ugly Sweater Sweatshirt Christmas

To start, you’ll need to gather your materials. For this pattern, you’ll need worsted weight yarn in two colors (one for the body of the sweater and one for the stripes), size 8 US knitting needles, and a tapestry needle. Once you have your materials, you can start knitting the body of the sweater.

The body of the sweater is worked in stockinette stitch, with two colors alternate in stripes. When working with multiple colors, be sure to carry the unused color up the side of your work so that it doesn’t get tangled. To switch colors, simply knit with the new color until you reach the end of the row.

Once you’ve finished knitting the body of the sweater, it’s time to add some finishing touches. First, use your tapestry needle to sew on some buttons down the front of the sweater. You can also add some applique details if you like. Finally, weave in all of your loose ends and block your finished sweater before wearing it proudly!

Finishing the sweater

Assuming you have already knit the body and sleeves of your sweater, there are only a few steps left before you can wear your finished product! In this section, we’ll walk you through how to finish off your Stranger Things-inspired sweater.

1. First, you’ll need to seam the side seams of your sweater. To do this, lay the front and back of your sweater flat, lining up the edges. Then, using a tapestry needle and yarn in a contrasting color, sew the pieces together using a whipstitch.

2. Next, it’s time to work on the neckline edging. Using a smaller needles than what you used for the body of the sweater, pick up stitches around the neckline. Then, knit 1×1 ribbing until it is about an inch wide. Finally, bind off all stitches loosely.

3. The last step is to weave in all of your loose ends and block your sweater (if desired). Once that’s done, you’re all set! Your brand new Stranger Things ugly Christmas sweater is ready to be worn with pride.

Wearing the sweater

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When it comes to wearing your ugly Christmas sweater, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First and foremost, make sure that the sweater actually fits. Nothing is more unsightly than an ill-fitting sweater. If you’re not sure whether or not the sweater fits, err on the side of caution and go up a size. Better to be a little bit too big than too small in this case.

Another important thing to keep in mind is how you wear the sweater. You want to make sure that you’re not too restrictive in your movements and that you can actually breathe comfortably. No one wants to be uncomfortable while wearing their ugly Christmas sweater! Finally, have fun with it! The whole point of wearing an ugly Christmas sweater is to embrace the tackiness and have a good time.

Stranger Things 3d Print Knitting Pattern Ugly Sweater Sweatshirt Christmas

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