Posted by: Winged Knits | August 28, 2013

2 new green cardigan patterns!

Beaux Arts Cardigan from Knitting Architecture

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Description from book:
“Cecily Glowik MacDonald’s buttontab-front cardigan is a wardrobe staple. Worked in one-piece to the armhole shaping, it sports elegant lace panels that flank the opening, bordered by a tidy I-cord edging. Slight waist shaping, ornate paneling, a garter stitch collar, and matching buttontabs against a background of simple stockinette stitch embrace the ideas that order and elegant details make for perfect harmony. These details call forth the Beaux Art movement’s love of symmetry.”

Yarn requirements: 5 (5, 6, 6, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8) skeins of Quince and Co. Osprey

Book is available through Interweave here: http://www.interweavestore.com/knitting-architecture

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Willowreed is an open cardigan that is worked seamlessly from the top down. The wide collar is then picked up and worked in a simple knit and purl stitch pattern. Shown in Manos Silk Blend, it is a super cozy and easy to wear (and to knit!) cardigan that could also double as a fall jacket.

Finished Measurements at bust- 33 ½ (36, 39 ¼, 42 ¼, 45 ½, 48 ¾, 52, 55 ¼, 58 ¼)”

Shown with 2” of positive ease.

 

Materials:

Manos Silk Blend by Manos del Uruguay (70% merino, 30% silk; 50g skein = approx 150 yards)

7 (8, 8, 9, 9, 10, 10, 11, 12)skeins 3207 Willow

• Approx yards- 1025 (1075, 1170, 1250, 1320, 1425, 1490, 1595, 1690)

Needles:

• One 29” circular (circ) needle size US 7 (4.5 mm). (Body is worked flat, circ needle is used to accommodate large number of sts)

• One set double pointed needles (dpns) size US 7 (4.5 mm). (for sleeves)

Or size to obtain gauge.

Notions:

Stitch markers

Large stitch holders or waste yarn

• Tapestry needle

 

Gauge: 20 sts and 27 rows = 4” in Stockinette Stitch. Take time to save time, check your gauge.

You can find Willowreed on Ravelry here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/willowreed

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Responses

  1. Oh, I love both of them!
    Knitting Architecture looks like it’s going to be a GREAT book and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. So many beautiful sweaters by some great designers.

    That pale green silk blend suits you :)


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