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embrace

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PATTERN DETAILS

Knit in a luxury mix of cashmere, baby camel, angora and merino, embrace is a modern, oversized cardigan that is perfect to wrap yourself in on a balmy day or chilly evening. The long line and unusual shaping, along with the sloped front button band, result in a modern, flattering drape. This is a sweater you will want to wear day-after-day. CONSTRUCTION Fronts and back are worked separately from the bottom-up and shoulders are seamed. Sleeves are picked up and worked from the top down. Front band is picked up and worked and side seams are joined. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl short rows GAUGE 21 sts and 30 rows = 4"/ 10cm in St st SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS XS-S (M-L, 1-2X, 3-4X, 5X) Chest: Buttoned 50 (57 1/2, 66, 73 1/2, 82)"/ 127 (146, 167.5, 186.5, 208.5)cm Length: 29 (30, 31, 32, 33)"/ 73.5 (76, 78.5, 81.5, 84)cm PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Shilasdair Luxury DK COLORWAY Thistle Bloom

Recommended with this pattern

  • Approx 1400 (1650, 1925, 2175, 2450)yds/ 1275 (1500, 1750, 2000, 2250)m DK weight yarn
  • 4 (5, 6, 7, 8) skeins Shilasdair Luxury DK (330 yds/ 300m per 100 gram skein; 10% cashmere, 10% baby camel, 40% angora, 40% british merino lambswool, shown in Thistle Bloom) or
  • Size 6 US (4mm) 32"/ 80cm (or preferred length) circular needle, or size to obtain gauge

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VERSACIKNITS
VERSACIKNITS
Lori Versaci is the designer behind VERSACIKNITS. Interested in the use and mixture of texture, shape and finishing details, Lori has introduced classic garments with a fashion twist since 2009. Lori works from studios in New Jersey and Maine, where she also enjoys yoga, sailing, her four children, three dogs and husband (not necessarily in that order). You can find out more about VERSACIKNITS on ravelry, twitter, facebook or at www.VERSACIKNITS.com.