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Heron Cardigan

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Intermediate

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  • Lace

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PATTERN DETAILS

Heron is classic cabled cardigan in luxury yarn, featuring a longer length style and chunky garter stitch edgings to keep you cosy. This cardigan is worked top down with raglan sleeves. Charts and written instructions are given for cabled sections. Stitches round the front edges and neck are picked up and worked in garter stitch to make the front band, and hook and eye fastenings give a clean and simple look. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit and purl basic lace stitches (e,g. yo, ssk, k2tog) cable stitches C4F and C4B how to knit in the round GAUGE Gauge: 18 sts and 30 rows = 4" in stocking stitch before blocking (17 sts and 28 rows after blocking). SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS To fit bust 32" (34", 36", 38", 40", 42" 44"). Measurements: Length neckline to hem = 231/2" (24", 241/2", 25", 251/2", 26", 261/2"). Around sleeve = 12" (13", 14", 15", 16", 17", 18") Across back (armpit to armpit) = 16" (17", 18", 19", 20" 21", 22"). Sleeve length: 14" (14", 14", 15", 15", 16", 16")

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn: Shilasdair Luxury DK 3 (3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5) skeins at 349m per skein. Total metres of yarn = 930 (1020, 1100, 1260, 1340, 1530, 1620). Needles: One 4.5mm / US 7 80cm circular needle; four 4.5mm / US 7 double pointed needles or one 4.5mm / US 7 40cm circular needle.
  • 4.5mm/US 8 cable needle, 10 stitch markers, two 30" lengths of scrap yarn and three hook and eye catches.

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Littletheorem Knits
Littletheorem Knits
Littletheorem is a freelance knitting pattern designer with a passion for simple, beautiful and wearable knits in luxurious yarns. She loves creating simple wardrobe staples with a twist as well as intricate heirloom pieces. Her passion for all things fibre related led her to create her own line of handspun yarns and handcarded batts.