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Cotton & Cloud - Uxbridge Cardigan | Original Knitting Patterns | Seamless Knitting

Cotton & Cloud - Uxbridge Cardigan | Original Knitting Patterns | Seamless Knitting

Vermont Fiber Designs - 143 - Ornamental Rib Pullover in 2 Sleeve Lengths

Vermont Fiber Designs - 143 - Ornamental Rib Pullover in 2 Sleeve Lengths

This V-neck cardigan has sleeves and a front lace edging that is sewn around the back of the neck to a center lace panel that extends from the back lace inset. The front is slightly longer than the back and sides. Knit with 1100 (1200, 1500, 1800, 2100, 2400) yds of DK weight yarn at a gauge of 25 sts and 32 rows per 4" using US size 4/3.5mm circular needles. Approximate finished bust measurements: 30 (36, 41, 46, 51, 56)".

This V-neck cardigan has sleeves and a front lace edging that is sewn around the back of the neck to a center lace panel that extends from the back lace inset. The front is slightly longer than the back and sides. Knit with 1100 (1200, 1500, 1800, 2100, 2400) yds of DK weight yarn at a gauge of 25 sts and 32 rows per 4" using US size 4/3.5mm circular needles. Approximate finished bust measurements: 30 (36, 41, 46, 51, 56)".

From the Designer:*I love the way the cable panels on this piece dress up the Stockinette stitch, and how the panel and shaping at the waist draw the skirt in to accentuate your waist. For the skirt, bodice, and sleeves, the cable panels are worked first, then stitches are picked up from the long edge of the panel. The skirt and bodice are worked in the round after pick-up, and the sleeves are worked back and forth. The collar panel is worked separately.***-Sue McCain**

Cable Trim Pullover #175 Knitting pattern by Sue McCain | Knitting Patterns

From the Designer:*I love the way the cable panels on this piece dress up the Stockinette stitch, and how the panel and shaping at the waist draw the skirt in to accentuate your waist. For the skirt, bodice, and sleeves, the cable panels are worked first, then stitches are picked up from the long edge of the panel. The skirt and bodice are worked in the round after pick-up, and the sleeves are worked back and forth. The collar panel is worked separately.***-Sue McCain**

Eyelet Mini-Dress by Cranky Knitter - via @Craftsy

Eyelet Mini-Dress

Free knitting stitch dictionary with pictures and instructions, grouped by the number of stitches in the repeat

Free knitting stitch dictionary with pictures and instructions, grouped by the number of stitches in the repeat

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