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As a freelance copy editor and transcriptionist (and a student again as well!), I happily work for myself from home, which generally allows me to knit and craft and create when the mood ...
As a freelance copy editor and transcriptionist (and a student again as well!), I happily work for myself from home, which generally allows me to knit and craft and create when the mood strikes.
For me, knitting and crocheting has evolved from a hobby to an all-consuming passion (some would say obsession). Inspiration for my designs is drawn from all over the place, including past travels -- from Turkey to Kyrgyzstan and many places in between.
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This vintage-feel cardigan has slightly capped short sleeves, a mandarin collar, rounded armholes, ribbed trim, and is designed to fit comfortably. It's also got great detailing with the orange stripes worked on the fronts of the cardigan and an accent of purling to give the piece structure. It's an easy-to-wear cardigan that will easily become one of your go-to pieces in your wardrobe.
The cardigan was knit with Cascade 220 wool in aporto and mimosa. You will need 5 mm straight or circular needles, as well as 4 mm circular needles to knit this pattern. Also required: seaming needle, buttons, and a stitch holder.
16 sts x 20 rows = 4" with 5 mm needles in stockinette
1540 yards of Worsted weight