I love bright, clear colors against neutral backgrounds and tend to design with these palettes in mind. I love when people take my designs, alter an edge or choose some other colors. I'm one of those ...
I love bright, clear colors against neutral backgrounds and tend to design with these palettes in mind. I love when people take my designs, alter an edge or choose some other colors. I'm one of those people who thinks we're all creative in some way, whether we're knitting, designing, gardening or playing a sport. It just all comes out in different ways!
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This is a top down, swingy cardigan, designed to fit people of all body shapes and sizes. Once you get going, it's very easy and good in front of a television or during interventions, like when your 5 year old is putting Daddy's underwear in the freezer (this happened last Thanksgiving, I swear.)
Yarn Requirements - Aran or Chunky weight to get gauge of:
4 stitches/inch on US size 9 (UK 5.5mm) needles.
See sizing explanation below.
XS,S,M: 850 yards
L,XL,XXL,XXXL 1350 yards
There is the smaller size which fits people who wear up to a US size 12 shirt (UK Size 16) and a larger size which you will customize with your increases as you go along (all very carefully explained.) to fit your particular body type.
Cascade Eco Wool (has a lot of yardage on it)
Valley Yarns Northampton Bulky (great price point)
Madelinetosh Chunky (which is what I used)
In UK/Ireland Debbie Bliss Rialto Aran
Rico Organic Chunky
Gauge 4 sts/6 rows to the inch on size 9 (5.5mm) needles.
Note - this pattern is not good with heavily variegated yarns as the moss stitch pattern is lost.
Thanks for looking - give it a try - it's fun!
4 st/6 rows/inch on US 9/ 5.5mm needles.
850 yards of Chunky weight