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Cochineal Cardigan

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The Perfect Fit Seamless Crazy Lace Cardigan taught by Myra Wood

A top-down raglan bolero is the perfect first sweater. Myra shows how to fit as you go and add crazy lace, the easiest lace knitting ever!

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? Handspun merino yarn

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I love the leaf motif. I'm looking for a pattern like that for my next project! Your combination of textures and colors really works well together. I think I may be inspired to try something similar to yours.

09/03/2012 Flag

Love the leafy pattern. It looks like it would be too hard fror me. Where don't the sleeves fit? They look fine in the photos.

09/03/2012 Flag

!Thank you!!! About not fitting... I just couldn't squeeze the full picture into the allowed spot, so I cut off an arm. :-) Still looks ok I guess

09/03/2012 Flag

I love the pattern combination you picked. Everything flows beautifully. Congrats on a beautiful work of art.

09/06/2012 Flag

Thank you so much!

09/08/2012 Flag

Wow - I LV your choice of patt sts!! Can you tell us where you picked them from? I'd love to use a few of them - even in socks! THX. I showed my project to Myra at Sts Midwest lat month; I'll have to get a pic taken and post it. After ripping it all out twice I finally knit it as a vest. I was a lace-wt, thick & thin cotton (no stretch!!) plied w/a rayon overlay, boucl, so I had to use it doubled. And it biased... hence the ripping out twice. It was a nightmare to frog but I was determine to use what I had started with instead of going for something easy, like Cascade 220! But I'm taking a break now and knitting knee socks, That's what made me think about your pretty pretty patt choices!!! RKR

09/08/2012 Flag

Hi! Thanks for the comments! I used the Japanese 300 Stitch collection book. Can't tell you the author since it's in Japanese. You can see what it looks like here: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6611070-knitting-patterns-300. I ordered it from a link on craftsy. But I think Amazon has a similar one under "300 Japanese Craft" Lucky you going to Stitches!

09/08/2012 Flag

Very pretty... nice lace and colors!

09/12/2012 Flag