Blog Title: "A Guide to Choosing the Right Size for Your Custom Order"

Embarking on the journey of hand-knit wear is a delightful experience, filled with the warmth of craftsmanship and the joy of donning a unique piece. Yet, finding the perfect fit is crucial to fully appreciate the comfort and style that hand-knit garments offer. In this guide, we'll take you through the steps of measuring for hand-knit wear, ensuring that every stitch wraps you in coziness tailored just for you.

1. Torso:

Length from the highest point of the shoulder, down through the crotch, and back up to the starting point in a continuous loop.

2. Bust:

The first step to a well-fitted hand-knit garment is measuring the bust. Wrap the measuring tape around the fullest part of your chest, ensuring it's parallel to the ground. Make sure it's snug but not too tight, allowing for a comfortable fit.

3. Hips:

For garments that fall below the waist, such as sweaters or cardigans, measure around the fullest part of your hips. Ensure the tape is parallel to the ground and not too tight.

4. Waist, Arm & Lenght:


Locate the narrowest part of your torso; this is your waist. Measure around this area, keeping the tape comfortably snug. It's essential to note that the waist measurement may differ depending on the style of the hand-knit wear – whether it's designed to be fitted or more relaxed.


Please measure your arm length by extending from the end of your shoulder to your wrist. Then, compare this measurement to the corresponding arm length provided for the selected size (T for the top, B for the bust, W for the waist, and H for the hips).

Length :

Kindly ascertain your leg length by measuring from the crotch to your ankle. Subsequently, compare this measurement to the corresponding leg length provided for the selected size (T for the top, B for the bust, W for the waist, and H for the hips).

5. Sleeve and Shoulder Measurements:

Sleeve Length:

Measure from the tip of your shoulder down to where you want the sleeve to end. For a standard measurement, extend your arm at a slight angle.

Arm Circumference:

Wrap the measuring tape around the widest part of your upper arm. This measurement is crucial for ensuring that sleeves are neither too tight nor too loose.

Shoulder Width:

Measure across the back from one shoulder tip to the other. This helps ensure that the garment's shoulders align perfectly with your own.

Additional Considerations:


For tops, measure from the base of your neck down to where you want the garment to end. For skirts or dresses, measure from the waist down to your desired length.


Measure around the base of your neck to determine the circumference for neck openings. This is especially important for pullovers or garments with unique necklines.

Tips for a Precise Measurement:

  • Always measure yourself wearing the undergarments you plan to wear with the hand-knit garment.

  • Use a flexible measuring tape for accurate results.

  • Ask for assistance when needed, especially for hard-to-reach areas like the back.


By taking the time to measure accurately, you're investing in a hand-knit piece that not only reflects your style but also provides the comfort and confidence you deserve.

Whether you're embracing a cozy sweater or a stylish cardigan, let these measurements be your guide to the perfect fit. Happy knitting!

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