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Lisa Suzanne


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Knitted flat from the top down, this Aran Cardigan features deeply sculptured cables, saddle shoulders, and square armholes. The cabled buttonhole-band includes lovely buttonholes. The neckband, cuffs, and bottom skirt feature snake cables as well. Most wrong side rows are worked by knitting the knits and purling the purls. All the motifs in this design are two stitch wide cables. Be sure to view my blog post on sewing buttons on knitted fabric for a professional finish! Charts, photographs, and schematic are included. I designed this pattern in loving memory of my sister Lisa Suzanne. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit cables Read charts Sew seams Pick up stitches GAUGE 20 sts/ 26 rows = 4 inches/ 10 cm over Chart G patt with larger needle. 24-st Chart D Cable = 3.5 inches/ 9 cm wide with larger needle. 24 sts/ 26 rows = 3.5 inches/ 9 cm over Chart I, P2 Rib with larger needle. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Chest Measurement (buttoned): 37.75 (41.75, 45.75, 49.75, 53.75) inches/ 95.5 (105, 116, 126, 136) cm Length: 24 (24, 24, 29, 29) inches/ 61 (61, 61, 73.5, 73.5) cm SUGGESTED YARN 220 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Black Water Abbey Worsted Weight COLORWAY Sage

Supplies Needed

  • Black Water Abbey worsted weight wool yarn (220 yards/100g): 7 (8, 10, 11, 13) skeins
  • 3.75 mm (US 5) 24-inch/60 cm circular needle for cuffs, neckband and buttonbands
  • 4.5 mm (US 7) double-pointed and 24-inch/60 cm or 32-inch/80 cm circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge

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Beth Brown-Reinsel is an author and internationally known teacher of the historic knitting techniques of 19th century Northern Europe. Her love of these traditions comes through on her website which offers her knitting books, DVDs, schedule of workshops in North America and Europe, blog and eNewsletter signup: