Feel like expressing yourself?
Channel your inner romantic with the high-drama of this one-of-a-kind cardigan. The delicate lace inserts and creative construction of this sleeve first, top down cardigan will keep you smiling all the way as you knit the entire sweater in one piece.
The slightly boxy shape is flattering to all sizes and will keep you feeling hopelessly romantic as its drape frolics around you all day.
There is a huge opportunity for you to add your own flair by combining colors in a delicate or playful way. Choose your own path, make your own statement, live freely today.
Small note: No intarsia/seaming is needed! :)
XS (S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL).
Shown in size M, on a 35” bust.
Bust circumference: 37 (43, 47, 50½, 54½, 58, 61½) inches; 92 (107, 118, 126, 136, 145, 154) cm.
Mid-upper Arm circumference: 12 (12½, 13¼, 14½, 16, 18, 19¼) inches; 30 (31, 33, 36, 40, 45, 48) cm.
Sleeve length from underarm to cuff: 19½ (19, 19, 19¼, 19, 19, 19¼) inches; 48½ (47½, 47½, 48, 47½, 47½, 48) cm.
Length from underarm to hem: 18 inches; 45 cm.
Yarn: You will need fingering weight yarn:
Main Color: Shown in BFL/Silk/Fingering by Northbound Knitting (70% wool/20% silk/10% cashmere; 438yd-100g) colorway “Nocturne” – 3 (3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 5) skeins.
Contrasting Color: shown in Tosh Merino Light by Madelinetosh (100% Merino; 420y-100g) colorway “Antler” – ½ skein.
Needles: US 2½ (3mm) short circular needles (recommended approx. 24”) and US 4 (3.5mm) longer circular needles (recommended approx. 36”).
22 st and 32 rows to 4 inches (10 cm) on US 4 (3.5mm) needles, in stockinette st, after blocking.
Please wash and block your swatch before measuring, my pre-blocking gauge was 24 st to 4 inches.
Prices are in US Dollars. This pattern is available only in English as a digital download. You will automatically receive a pdf file.
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