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Strolling Cardigan ~ Textured cables and leaves adorn this long sleeve, crew neck cardigan. Worked from the bottom up in one piece with sleeves worked top down and in the round. A challenge to knit!

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Wood Work features waist shaping and slip stitch patterning. Fronts and back are worked back and forth to armholes and then worked in the round in one piece. Sleeve stitches are picked up around armhole, sleeve cap is worked with short rows and remainder of sleeve is worked in the round.

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Pitaya Cardigan is worked from the bottom up in one piece and then fronts and back are split and worked separately. Stitches are picked up around armhole and sleeves are worked in the round down to the cuff. Finally, neck, buttonhole, and button bands are worked in k1, p1 ribbing.


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Grey Leaves cardigan is worked from the bottom-up in worsted weight yarn. The raglan shaping allows this cardigan to be worked in one piece and the high collar keeps you warm in the cold months of winter. Lace pockets are worked after the cardigan is complete and a tutorial is included for creating them.

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© Cheryl Chow

Matomoko is a delicate top-down cardigan, knit in fingering weight yarn. Lace and cables add interest to the hem and cuffs. Starting at the neck, this cardigan is knit back and forth on one cirucular needle. Sleeves are knit in the round to the cuff and button/buttonhole bands are picked up and knit after body is completed.

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© Harrisville Designs

Sunapee is a heavy weight cardigan with ribbing and wrapped stitches that transition seamlessly into a delicate leaf pattern at the hem and sleeve cuffs. The remainder of the cardigan is knit in stockinette stitch. Worked from the bottom up with raglan sleeves and waist shaping.

Pattern and yarn available from Harrisville Designs or Pattern only for $7.50 








© Solitude Wool
Climbing Ivy Vest is inspired by the ivy climbing on an old stone church, lacy leaves trail up our charming and timeless vest.
This garment is worked from the bottom up in one piece to the armholes; the fronts and back are then worked separately while shaping neck. A 3-needle bind off is used to join the shoulders. Stitches are then picked up around the armhole and worked in ribbing. The buttonhole, neck and button bands are worked on one long needle. 

Pattern and yarn available from Solitude Wool or 
Pattern only for $7.00 
 




© Elann.com

Nami, which means wave in Japanese, is a light weight cotton cardigan knit from the bottom up. With wide ribbing, it fits nicely over the hips and is looser in the body. The sleeves are picked up and knit from the arm scythe to the cuff and the neck, button and buttonhole bands are picked up and knit after the body and sleeves are complete.

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© Cheryl Chow
Firkant is a lightweight, raglan cardigan knit back and forth on one circular needle from the neck to the hem (top down). Sleeves are put on stitch holders after the yoke is complete and knit in the round down to the cuff. Front and neck bands are picked up and knit in single rib, back and forth with buttonholes.

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© Cheryl Chow
Strand Up Cardigan is a long sleeved, v-neck cardigan knit in four colors of 100% wool, sport weight yarn. Worked from the bottom up in one piece, sleeves are picked up from the arm scythe and knit in the round down to the cuff with short rows to shape the sleeve cap.

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© Cheryl Chow
GreenRidge is a short sleeve pullover knit from the bottom up. The waist band is knit in the round and the body is knit back and forth with a buttonband picked up and knit after the body is complete. The sleeves are knit from the armhole down to the ribbing with short rows to shape the sleeve cap. The color-work is created using slip stitches and only one color of yarn is used per row.

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© Cheryl Chow
Edgewick is a medium weight, zippered jacket knit back and forth on a long circular needle from the bottom up. Stitches are picked up around the arm and the sleeves are knit down to the optional fold-back cuff with short rows to shape the sleeve cap. I-cord is applied down the front before the zipper is sewn in and stitches are picked up around the neck to knit the collar. Both cuff options pictured are available in the pattern.

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