I am a polymer clay artist turned fiber addict. I can often be found at Polka Dot Cottage (http://www.lisaclarke.net), writing about my adventures in polymer, fabric, yarn, photography, and everyday ...
I am a polymer clay artist turned fiber addict. I can often be found at Polka Dot Cottage (http://www.lisaclarke.net), writing about my adventures in polymer, fabric, yarn, photography, and everyday life. I live in New Jersey with my husband, two sons, and entirely too many craft supplies.View all patterns by designer (31) »
A top-down, seamless-yoke sweater,featuring ribbing & seed stitch details,and minimal finishing.
From those first crisp moments of fall, to the last lingering chills of spring, a simple cardigan is a wardrobe staple. Throw it over your favorite tee, layer it under a light Winter jacket, wrap it around you as you sit by the fire and watch the falling snow... This sweater is meant to be worn every day. Whether you're sitting around the house in a t-shirt and jeans, or hitting the town in a corduroy skirt and boots, an Everyday Cardigan will be right at home.
Knit almost entirely in stockinette stitch, the pattern is straightforward enough for a relative beginner, but includes a little bit of ribbing and some seed stitch details to add visual interest.
If you are a new knitter, don't let terms like "ribbing" and "seed stitch" scare you off - these are simply combinations of knits and purls. If you can do those two stitches, then you've got this!
More than just a simple knitting pattern, this ebook is like a mini-class. Each topic includes step-by-step instructions and photos where appropriate.
You will learn:
How to knit seed stitch
How to knit ribbing
How to make a buttonhole
How to knit a seamless circular yoke with seed stitch and ribbed details
How to separate the body from the sleeves
How to knit the body of a sweater with button band and ribbed hem
How to knit sleeves
How to choose what size to knit
How to make a gauge swatch
How to read a multi-size pattern
Links to resources to help you learn more
Fully-illustrated 13-page PDF.
20 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in stockinette
1540 yards of Worsted weight