Neighborhood Cardigan
from kraftling Follow

This is a classic design for a v-neck cardigan with set-in sleeves and contrast color pockets. Knitting the sweater with Cloudborn’s fingering weight twisted wool creates a lightweight, but cozy cardigan, great for layering and when you want something warm without a lot of bulk. This pattern does employ some short-row shaping for the neck and shoulders, and it is knit from the top down. The button band that travels all the way around the sweater boasts an i-cord bind-off for a professional finish.

You’ll need 1390/1510/1680/1830/1970/2110/2220/2310/2420/2510 yds of a fingering weight yarn. Used here, 4/4/5/5/5/6/6/6/7/7 skeins of Cloudborn Wool Fingering Twist in Prism (402yds/100g). Optional: a small amount of yarn in a contrasting colour in the same weight to work the pockets.

2.5 mm 24” circular needles and double-pointed needles of the same size (or size required to obtain gauge).

28 sts x 30 rows.

36/38/40/42/44/46/48/50/52/54” around bust with 2-3” positive ease. The sweater falls to the top of the hip.

4 stitch markers, 2 stitch holders, 7 buttons (approximately 1” in diameter), needle and thread.

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