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Alaska cardigan


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Aran cable cardigan "This cardigan is knitted in one piece and is cleverly seamed to form the innovative shape. With double moss stitch as the ground, a large interlocking cable twists up both fronts and across the shoulders in a distinctive edge to edge cardigan. Wear it on its own or with your favourite leather belt." - Jo Storie Knitted measurements approx: ?Width Size 1 48cm (19in) Size 2 56cm (22in) Size 3 62cm (24.5in) Length Size 1 172cm (67in) Size 2 191cm (75in) Size 3 210cm (82in) Ability: Intermediate Yarn shade: Light grey Yardage per size (approx): Size 1 - 1020m (1115yds) Size 2 - 1295m (1415yds) Size 3 - 1420m (1550yds) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You'll need to be able to follow symbols charts and work in double moss and cable stitch patterns. GAUGE 16 stitches and 21 rows = 4 x 4 inches (10 x 10cm) in double moss stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Chest: Size 1 81-86cm (32-34in); Size 2 91.5-96.5cm (36-38in); Size 3 101.5-106.5cm (40-42in)

Recommended with this pattern

  • You'll need approximately 1115 - 1550 yards (1020 - 1417 m) of aran weight yarn - we've used Cornish Organic Wool/ Alpaca 'Peruk'. The shade shown in the photos is is Light Grey.
  • one pair each of 4.5mm (US 7) and 5mm (US 8) straight needles
  • a cable needle

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Jo Storie Hand Knits
Jo Storie Hand Knits
I've been involved in knitting for many years, having graduated with a first class degree in knitted textiles from the Scottish College of Textiles. My early career saw me working as a knitwear designer, firstly in London for well-known cashmere brands Tse Cashmere and Ballantyne Cashmere - and then moving to New York and working as senior designer and design director for high profile labels - J. Crew, The limited and Ann Taylor. When I returned to Scotland in 2004 I launched my own knitwear label 'Jo Storie Hand Knits' and in 2011 launched the first set of patterns from my knit wear collections. These patterns are for garments and accessories that I've designed with a Modern Heritage feel using traditional stitches updated in contemporary silhouettes. My own website has downloadable versions of patterns to buy, plus my blog and you can sign up for my newsletter - you can find all this at You can also follow me on social media as @jostorieknits on Twitter and Instagram. Like me on facebook @jostoriehandknits