Wanda Nell Cardigan

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Wanda Nell Cardigan Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

This cardigan is worked seamlessly in one piece from the neck down. Sleeves are placed on scrap yarn while body is worked. Body features waist shaping and 2/2 rib edged sleeves, collar and hem. Button/buttonhole bands and then collar are worked when body is finished. Body and sleeve lengths are easily adjustable to fit and preference.

The Wanda Nell Cardigan is named after my aunt Wanda for her simple, classic style. It's a great little sweater for using some of that pretty sock yarn you've been collecting. For most sizes, just two large skeins of fingering weight yarn will give you a three-season coverup with just that little touch of warmth and color you need over a dress or paired with a skirt or jeans.


24 sts and 28 rows = 4"/10 cm in Stockinette stitch


  • Fingering weight yarn, approx 610 (655, 705, 755, 805, 855, 905, 1095, 1150, 1200) yds
  • US size 4 (3.5 mm) or size to achieve gauge 16", 24" and 32" circulars, and set of 5 dpn
  • Stitch markers (4)
  • Scrap yarn
  • Yarn needle

You Will Also Need:

  • 1/2 inch buttons (10-12)

Suggested yarn:

450 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Pagewood Farm Yukon


Sea Breeze

About Designer

About Designer

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Jen is the designer behind both the Figheadh and Mirth pattern lines and resides happily in the PNW. In a previous life, Jen taught high school English, and when not knitting she loves hiking, camping and exploring with her husband Fred. Her most recent accomplishment was learning to grow arugula. It's delicious!

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