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Finished Measurements:

35 (40, 45, 50) (55, 60, 65)" [89 (101.5, 114.5, 127) (139.5, 152.5, 165) cm] bust circumference / Sample shown in size 45" [114.5 cm] on a 39" [99 cm], 5'7" [170 cm] tall model (6" [15 cm] positive ease) / Suggested ease: positive 3–10" [7.5–25.5cm]

Yarn:

kestrel / 8 (9, 10, 11) (12, 13, 14) skeins Turtle 509

Needles:

32" circular needle in sizes US 8 and US 9 [5 and 5.5 mm] / 16" circular needle in size US 8 [5mm]

Gauge:

16 sts and 20 rows = 4" [10 cm] in elongated cross stitch pattern with larger needles, after blocking.

Construction:

Cardigan is worked from the top down, beginning with a provisional cast on for the body width and sleeve lengths. The back shoulders and sleeves are shaped with German short rows. Right and left front body and sleeves are worked individually from the provisional cast on stitches down to the underarm. Once the underarm is reached, sleeve stitches are joined together with Kitchener stitch. The remaining body stitches are joined together and worked in one piece from the top down.

Skills Required:

Provisional cast on, picking up stitches, German short rows, Kitchener stitch, tubular bind off (links provided); increasing, decreasing. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.

This pattern or collection is available as a pdf. Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link for downloading the pdf. You can also access your pdfs from your account page.

carneros

Jennifer Owens

$ 7.50

Jennifer’s open cardigan is our new favorite layering piece for summertime adventures. This gorgeous piece, knit in Kestrel, features dramatic elongated cross stitches for an all-over textured look as well as built-in sleeves to ensure a seamless, flowing fit. Whether you’re tending to your garden or enjoying a day out at the farmers market—you’ll enjoy the lightweight drape and versatility of this piece.

This pattern is also available as part of the Appellation collection.

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Finished Measurements:

35 (40, 45, 50) (55, 60, 65)" [89 (101.5, 114.5, 127) (139.5, 152.5, 165) cm] bust circumference / Sample shown in size 45" [114.5 cm] on a 39" [99 cm], 5'7" [170 cm] tall model (6" [15 cm] positive ease) / Suggested ease: positive 3–10" [7.5–25.5cm]

Yarn:

kestrel / 8 (9, 10, 11) (12, 13, 14) skeins Turtle 509

Needles:

32" circular needle in sizes US 8 and US 9 [5 and 5.5 mm] / 16" circular needle in size US 8 [5mm]

Gauge:

16 sts and 20 rows = 4" [10 cm] in elongated cross stitch pattern with larger needles, after blocking.

Construction:

Cardigan is worked from the top down, beginning with a provisional cast on for the body width and sleeve lengths. The back shoulders and sleeves are shaped with German short rows. Right and left front body and sleeves are worked individually from the provisional cast on stitches down to the underarm. Once the underarm is reached, sleeve stitches are joined together with Kitchener stitch. The remaining body stitches are joined together and worked in one piece from the top down.

Skills Required:

Provisional cast on, picking up stitches, German short rows, Kitchener stitch, tubular bind off (links provided); increasing, decreasing. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.

This pattern or collection is available as a pdf. Upon purchase, you will receive an email with a link for downloading the pdf. You can also access your pdfs from your account page.