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Innisfil Cardigan

Innisfil Cardigan

Innisfil Cardigan

INNISFIL CARDIGAN

Need a nice warm hug? Innisfil is here for you! Cozy up by the fire (or laptop) in this chunky cabled cardigan with big buttons and a deep, snuggly ribbed collar. The large-scale Baroque Cable panel is fun to knit and delivers huge visual impact!

The longer length and fully fashioned waist shaping are super flattering and easy to wear, perfect for a heavy winter layer or fall jacket. Innisfil is worked seamlessly from the bottom up with full length sleeves knit in the round, raglan shaping, garter rib side panels and ribbed buttonbands.

Meant to be worn with zero or positive ease, 0-3” / 0-7.5cm. For a close fit as shown, make the bust size closest to your high bust measurement (just below underarms). For a looser fit, choose one size up. Shown in size 36” / 91cm with zero ease.

Technical Editing by Alexandra Virgiel.

SIZES
Finished Bust, closed: 28 (30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 45, 50, 54)”

YARN
Chunky weight yarn. Shown in Blue Sky Alpacas Worsted Hand Dyes, colour 2003 – Ecru.
1225 (1310, 1400, 1475, 1500, 1660, 1750, 1835, 2015, 2190, 2365) yards

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
US 9 / 5.5mm circular needles, 32” / 80cm or longer
US 9 / 5.5mm circular needles, 16” / 40cm
US 9 / 5.5 double pointed needles
waste yarn
stitch markers
tapestry needle
eight buttons, 1 3/8” / 3.5cm diameter

MORE INFO
7 page PDF pattern includes cable (charted only), Imperial and Metric measurements, schematic and abbreviations.
Skills needed include: knit and purl, following a cable chart, picking up stitches, short rows.

Payment through Paypal and electronic delivery through Ravelry (no accounts required).

$7.00 CAD

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Innisfil Cardigan

Innisfil Cardigan

7 Responses to “Innisfil Cardigan”

  1. Cecily

    wow, those cables are stunning! keep the beautiful patterns coming.

  2. brandi

    I love this …..it looks like your favorite sweater you want to wrap around you and curl up with hot cocoa and a book!!!!!!

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