So this sweater isn’t really one to wear as a jacket (although maybe it is in a warmer climate than here!) but I’ve been wearing it all the time anyway. Candlewick is one of my favourite madelinetosh colours, and I know lots of other people love it too! I couldn’t resist a sweater’s worth, and the lace and twisted stitch pattern shows it off nicely, I think. I find the superwash merino extremely comfortable to wear, too.

Foxley Cardigan

Foxley Cardigan

Foxley Cardigan

Foxley Cardigan

FOXLEY is a comfortable everyday sweater with a beautiful, easy to work twisted stitch pattern. The bracelet length sleeves are worked in stockinette stitch to keep all eyes on the Diamond Lattice body. A flattering deep V-neck and slightly cropped body length allow this sweater to go well over dresses, skirts, or trousers – whatever you fancy!

Worked as a compound raglan, seamlessly from the bottom up, with body knit flat and sleeves worked in the round. Meant to be worn with 0 to 2” / 0 to 5cm ease at the bust. For the best size, measure a sweater you like the fit of, and make the size closest to it. Shown in size 43.75” / 103.5cm with about 1” / 2.5cm of ease.
Technical Editing by Alexandra Virgiel

Foxley Cardigan

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More Info on the pattern page here.

4 Responses to “New Pattern! Foxley Cardigan”

  1. Jess

    Lovely cardigan! :) I have a pattern question for you… so I’ve been knitting a long cardigan for three years now. In that time I’ve gained weight and I don’t think the size I started will fit me! I’m almost done and on the sleeves, my question is:is there anything I can do, short of ripping it all out? Could I up the sleeves a size and maybe make the button band wider to cover more area? (This is the Perry Cardigan by Jared Flood). I’m asking you because you seem to be so savvy with design! I’ve been reading your blog for awhile. :)

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  2. Dolly

    Love this cardigan. Love the design. It’s so colorful. It goes great with the color of your skirt.

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