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Pyry Cardigan


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This cardigan is named after Pyry, heavy snowfall in Finnish. It is a simple seamless top-down cardigan with stripe detail and warm double-folded collar. Top-down construction enables the size adjustments easily, if needed. You can make the cardigan with buttonholes or with zipper, both instructions are given. Sizing: 1 (2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8) year old. Cardigan is designed to have about 1-2 / 2.5-5 cm of positive ease, finished garment measurements are approx. 22 (24, 26, 27, 29), 57 (61, 65, 69, 73) cm of chest circumference. 21 sts and 26 rows = 4 10 cm in Stockinette stitch. Gauge is measured from soaked and blocked swatch. Materials: Yarn: Schachenmayr cmc/nomotta Extra Merino Premium (100% Merino Wool) approx. 3(3,4,4,5) skeins (50 g approx. 142 yds/130m per skein) of color A (brown), 1 skein/approx. 72 yds/65 m color B (petrol blue), 1 skein/approx. 72 yds/65 m color C (orange). OR any other yarn to achieve the correct gauge. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY wrap & turn knit purl GAUGE 21 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette st SUGGESTED YARN 852 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Schachenmayr nomotta Extra Merino Premium

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Meiju Knits
Meiju Knits
I am knitaholic, knitter and knitwear designer, mother of three boys. I have designed a couple of years now. Including my self published line, my designs have been published in Knitty (webzine) and Knitscene (magazine) and in Finnish webzines and magazines. I love knitting, you can always learn and invent something new! I love designing cardigans, they are my favorites. In addition, I design accessories and sometimes for kids too. You can always ask pattern support via email! My patterns are test knitted and all techniques used well explained and I have made some photo-tutorials on my blog to help knitters with some technques. My patterns include links to those photo-tutorials.