Your best bet would be to cut your knitting at the place where you’d like to extend it, pick the stitches back up, knit a few extra rows and then graft it using Kitchener stitch back to the other section.
How can I make my sweater longer?
Gently pull the shoulders of the jersey apart to their usual placement and tug on the sleeves to make them longer. Pull the body material widthways, then pull it lengthways to stretch out the fibers. Continue to adjust the sweater until it reaches your desired shape and size.
How do you add width to finished knits?
By picking up stitches down the side of the garment, you can add a panel worked perpendicular to the original knitting. With RS facing, pick up two stitches for every three rows along the side seam and work in stocking stitch in rows until the desired extra width is complete.
How can I extend my sleeves?
Practical Tutorial – How to Extend the Sleeves of a Coat
- Turn the sleeve inside out. Pull the lining away from the coat to expose threads and snip. Remove all the threads. …
- Turn sleeve right side out and place sock tube over sleeve with raw edges even.
- Pin sock to sleeve, stretching sock as necessary.
Can you stretch a sweater to make it bigger?
The easiest way to stretch clothes is to soak them in a special solution such as water and conditioner. This will relax the fibers, allowing you to expand the clothing into a slightly larger size. You can reasonably expect to stretch most clothes by at least one full size.