Vino sweatercoat

Vino Cardigan

The perfect answer to spring’s fickle weather. Long and luxurious, Vino is
surprisingly quick to knit up in a squishy superwash merino. Ribbing adds
interest to the bands and sleeves, while the stockinette body skims your figure.

FINISHED SIZE
Bust: 32 [36, 40, 44, 48] inches around fullest part of bust
Length: 36 [38, 38, 41, 43] inches from top of shoulder to hem

MATERIALS
6 [7, 7, 8, 9] skeins Dream in Color “Classy” (Worsted), 250 yards/4 oz
skein; colour: In Vino Veritas
5.5 mm/US 9 needles or needle size
needed to achieve gauge, circular
5 to 7 1” buttons (depending on
preference!)
tapestry needle
stitch markers

GAUGE
18 stitches/28 rows = 10 cm square in
stockinette stitch

DIFFICULTY
This pattern is suitable for an adventurous beginner. Skills needed: cast on, knit, purl, increase, decrease, ribbing, picking up stitches, sewing up.

TO ORDER

$6.00 USD

RAVELRY DOWNLOAD
Just click the button to purchase through Ravelry – you will receive and automated download link, and the pattern will be saved to your library! Payment is through Paypal, credit card or balance transfer.

Vino Cardigan

11 Responses to “now available for download! Vino Cardigan”

  1. Saralyn

    Love this design. I’ve added it to my Ravelry favorites for future reference. Now if I can just figure out how to add some hours into the day…

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  2. Debbie

    Oh, my! I love this! I agree with Saralyn, we need more hours in the day to knit all of these wonderful designs.

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  3. Nicole

    Hmm… Your gorgeous design is making me want to sweat off my strict yarn diet. And in “oh-so-squishy” Dream in Color too!

    No.must.resist.temptation. (for now)

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  4. Kellie

    Love it!! Have ordered my DIC (in Dusky Aurora) and will be ordering my pattern as soon as I finish this comment.

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  5. Seanna Lea

    Gosh that is delicious and the Dream in Color is stunning. Unfortunately, the sensible adult part of me says that I need to wait for my overtime pay to come in.

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  6. Suzanne V. (Yarnhog)

    Oh, good for you! It was quite a pain ordering a hard copy of this pattern–not to mention expensive.

    By the way, I used Malabrigo Worsted for mine, and it worked perfectly.

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  7. Dissatisfied « Knithappy

    […] In other news, I have ordered three other patterns today, and some nice pretty yarn from knitpicks! I am making this sweater for my sister- she asked for it, and she is moving to  Colorado in the fall, so I figure she will need it;-) The yarn is one of the clearance colors- stream, which I think will look very nice on her. I also downloaded a simple pattern for two at a time toe-up socks from knitpicks. I am going to try my hand at socks finally. I made one pair about two years ago and they turned out wretched, but then I didn’t use any kind of pattern, and well, lets just say I am STILL not that good yet! […]

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  8. Gwen

    I can’t tell – it this knit from the top down or do you have to sew in the sleeves and side seams?

    Reply

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