I know you guys have been waiting very, very patiently for this one!

Carter Cardigan

Carter Cardigan
Feeling the chill? Cozy cables are just what you need! The ribbony Sheepfold Cable runs up the fronts of this aran weight cardigan, flanked by tiny three stitch braids that are echoed on the sleeves. A tidy garter stitch waist detail adorns the otherwise simple and easy back. Functional pockets and a mini shawl collar complete this classic everyday cardigan.

Many thanks to Jesh, Suzanne and Dr. Steph for test knitting and input!

FINISHED SIZES
Finished Bust: 30 (33, 36, 39, 41){44, 48, 52, 56} inches / 76 (84, 91.5, 99, 104){112, 122, 132, 142] cm
Total Length: 21.5 (22, 22, 23.5, 24){24.5, 25, 26.5, 26.5} inches / 55 (56, 56, 60, 61){62, 64, 67, 67} cm from shoulder to hem

MATERIALS
Aran Weight Yarn 950 (1030, 1100, 1250, 1350){1400, 1550, 1725, 1850} yards / 865 (937, 1000, 1138, 1228){1296, 1410, 1592, 1683] m
Shown in Araucania Toconao, 8 skeins for size 36.

US 7 / 4.5 mm straight or circular needles
US 8 / 5 mm straight or circular needles
stitch markers
tapestry needle
waste yarn
buttons

Carter Cardigan

Fill-in forms on Carter Cardigan

10 page PDF pattern contains directions, cable chart and schematics. This PDF file contains fill-in forms, so you can fill in the number for your size right on the computer! Then you can save the file so that your numbers are all set for the next time you open it, or print with the neat typed entries. Just click on the space to type!

Available through Ravelry (no account needed), payment by Paypal.

$7.00 CAD

Note: As of July 5, 2010, sales tax will be added to this price for all Canadian residents only. The rates are: British Columbia 12%; Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador 13%; Nova Scotia 15%; and everywhere else in Canada 5% GST. Tax will be added in the Paypal payment process.

Carter Cardigan

Carter Cardigan

*here is where I reveal my extreme dorkitude and admit that I have been watching Stargate: SG-1 for the past several months. From beginning to end. All 10 seasons, plus the two movies. I just finished this week, and I already miss it!

34 Responses to “Carter Cardigan*”

  1. Aimee

    Oh hooray! I’m so excited! This is a wonderful cardigan and I can’t wait to knit it up :)

    And don’t feel dorky. I just finished up all the Battlestar Galactica seasons and am starting Stargate:SG-1 soon. Funny thing is, I’m not really a SciFi fan ;)

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  2. Kelly

    That is gorgeous! Love the color! Love the chart! My husband has watch all of the SG-1s. I found them pretty entertaining.

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  3. Shelley

    Beautiful Cardigan. And I show my geekiness by admitting that the moment I saw “Carter” in the title, I thought of SG-1.

    For that reason. This cardi is on my list for a winter knit. :)

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  4. Ivana

    It’s really lovely, and you look stunning in that color!
    As far as SciFi goes, my dad used to make me watch Star Trek with him when I was little, so it’s definitely part of my cultural background :D but I never kept up with the newer shows. Still, being a dork is so much fun – don’t reject it! ;)

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  5. Maryse

    It’s beautiful! Another great pattern! Congratulations! If I could finish Thermal, I could start another sweater ;-) I like the fill-in forms of the pattern. First time I hear about that. Interesting!

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  6. Nia

    I’m doing the same thing and am on Season 9, watching them all for the first time.

    The sweater is lovely, are you making a Varla one too?

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  7. TracyKM

    OMG. I’m not big on buying individual patterns, but I have to have this one. I’ve just got to get a couple things out of the way first. The attention to detail is fabulous!!!

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  8. mick

    Okay, not only do I love this cardigan, but I love the namesake. I’ve been watching SG-1 too! We’re on season 8 right now, and I know I’m going to miss these characters when we’re done. They’re like old friends.

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  9. Naia

    The sweater is wonderful! Thank you for making the pattern available in a 30 inch circumference. So often knitwear designers overlook small sizes. Thank you.

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  10. Karen

    Nice sweater! And SG-1 is awesome! So many great episodes! I’m particularly fond of the one where Jack and Teal’c keep reliving the same day over and over again.

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  11. Jennifer O.

    You could always start Stargate: Atlantis! Sweater looks great! I’m nearly finished with your Lucy in the Sky sweater and am really lookig forward to wearing it!

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  12. Sunnyknitter

    You’re going to be keeping me very busy knitting this year it looks like! Love the new pattern.

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  13. Holly

    If you are a dork, that makes two of us! I am on season 9 right now, and I am already sad that there is only one more season to go! Sam would look great in this sweater, wouldn’t she?

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  14. dayna

    That looks great!! I love those pockets and the garter stitch detail on the back. Very nice design! : )

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  15. Eleanor (undeadgoat)

    Well, I do love the cardigan, but I am here for the SG-1 love–I’m working through it on Hulu at the moment, but my winter break knitting took me through 2 1/2 seasons, and my Very First Self-Designed Garment I believe will be television inspired. Assuming I ever get around to knitting it, that is . . . I’ve had the yarn for the Drusilla Vest since August and the idea for even longer, but I’m apparently scared to get started on the damn thing.

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  16. Kerry

    Very nice! I love the colour that you chose which makes the pattern even more special! Question: Have you planned for any negative or positive ease in this pattern? Which is best?

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  17. Alison

    hey, I’m usually a lurker here, but I LOVE that you “confessed” to your love of Stargate SG-1. I’m with you, all the way! :) And currently working my way through the series…for the second time!
    Beautiful sweater, too. :)

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  18. Abby C.

    What a beautiful cardigan! If you’re an SG-1 fan, you should check out Farscape next!

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