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Waterlillies

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Inspired by the paintings of Monet's Garden, Waterlillies is a completely seamless cardigan worked from the top down. Simple ribs and delicate lace frame the body while gentle stripes of tonal colours work their magic to create a "masterpiece" in knitting. Oversized sleeves complete the look making a very comfortable garment to wear throughout the hottest of Summers. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit, purl, provisional cast on, increasing, knitting in the round, picking up stitches, bind off. GAUGE 27 stitches x 36 rows = 4"/10cm worked in Stockinette Stitch and US 3/3mm knitting needles Or size needed to obtain gauge. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 1 US 3/3mm 24"/60cm or longer circular needle. Sleeves can be worked on double pointed needles if preferred. Waste yarn for Provisional/Invisible Cast On 2 Stitch Markers 2 Stitch Holders

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  • Finished Chest Width: 20 (21 1/2, 23 1/2, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30)"/50.5 (54.5, 59.5, 63.5, 68.5, 71, 73.5, 76)cm Note: Loose fit - Please allow 7 - 9"/ 17.5 - 22.5cm of positive ease. Note: Sample is worked in the 2nd size and modeled by Lillian who is a size 35" Bust.
  • 1 US 3/3mm 24"/60cm or longer circular needle. Sleeves can be worked on double pointed needles if preferred. Waste yarn for Provisional/Invisible Cast On 2 Stitch Markers 2 Stitch Holders

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Army of Knitters
Heather Dixon is a Fashion Designer with a flaming hot passion for knitwear! With a love to create wearable garments to make you feel special. All patterns are fun to knit and will reward you with beautiful finished garments. Spread the AoK love - knit yourself something fabulous! Army of Knitters website: www.armyofknitters.com Also Co-Founder and Creative Director of Clotheshorse magazine: www.clotheshorsemag.com