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Crowberry Pattern


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Knitting: Crowberry
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • cast on
  • purl
  • simple cables
  • knit in the round

Pattern Description:

A cable-berry detail provides a pretty interest to this elegant light-weight cardigan. Suitable to wear in spring and on cool summer evenings, it has three-quarter length sleeves and hourglass shaping to provide a flattering fit. This simple reverse stocking stitch knit uses a top-down raglan
construction with eyelet holes for increases in the yoke and features an i-cord edging with button holes. Sleeves are knitted in the round
on the wrong side for ease with an i-cord cuff.
Crowberries are pretty evergreen shrubs that can be found on the Pennine Moors. They bear dark purple edible berries and have glossy green leaves.


18 sts and 23 rows to 10cm/4" in stocking stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • To fit: 71cm (76cm, 81.5cm, 86.5cm, 91.5cm, 96.5cm, 101.5cm, 106.5cm, 112cm, 117cm, 122cm, 127cm, 132cm, 137cm, 142cm, 147.5cm)
  • To fit: 28" (30", 32", 34", 36", 38", 40", 42", 44", 46", 48", 50", 52", 54", 56", 58") chest


  • 554 (596, 639, 682, 726, 771, 817, 863, 939, 988, 1038, 1089, 1140, 1192, 1246, 1299) m DK weight yarn
  • 606 (652, 698, 746, 794, 843, 944, 1027, 1080, 1135, 1191, 1247, 1304, 1362, 1421) yds DK weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • 5mm/US 8 circular knitting needles
  • 8 stitch markers
  • 3 4cm/1.5" buttons

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Woolyknit Bluefaced Leicester DK



About Designer

About Designer

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I love to design knitting and crochet patterns that are cute, quirky, original and fun, as well as being interesting to make and stylish. I'm inspired by the beautiful Yorkshire Pennine scenery where I live and I enjoy being surrounded by beautiful crafts in my home.
I set up Wessenden Woollies in 2011. You can follow my blog and get more information on my designs at

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