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Jali Cardigan

Cardigan with lace pattern

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This knitted cardigan features a large-scale lace pattern worked from given charts. The lower body is worked in one piece, then split at the armholes. Set-in sleeves give the sweater a refined fit. A simple welted band finishes the fronts without any closure.

Finished Size 30 (32¼, 36, 39¾, 44)" bust circumference, with fronts closed and before collar is added. See Notes about choosing a size. Cardigan shown measures 30" on model with 34" actual bust.
Lion Brand LB Collection Cotton Bamboo (52% cotton, 48% bamboo; 245 yd [224 m]/100 g): #098 magnolia (beige), 6 (6, 7, 8, 9) balls.
Yarn Weight #3 - Light
Body and sleeves—size 6 (4 mm). Collar and edgings—size 5 (3.75 mm): straight and 32" circular (cir). Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge.
Markers (m); cable needle (cn); stitch holders; tapestry needle.
22 sts and 28 rows = 4" in St st on larger needles; 25 sts and 28 rows = 4" in crosshatch patt on larger needles.
Originally Published Interweave Knits Summer 2010

SKU: EP2484

Author/Speaker/Editor: Pamela Powers

Format: eProject

Customer Reviews

Gorgeous! Review by Linnea

Beautiful cardigan, easy pattern to follow. Been looking for a cardigan pattern to make using my hand spun wool for a while now & this one is it!

(Posted on 12/5/13)

My Favorite Sweater! Review by Sharon Sigmon

I used an acrylic/wool blend and knitted this in a dark teal. It is fabulous. Easy to knit. It looks very upscale and professional. I get compliments every time I wear this. I plan to knit another one when I get a few more projects finished. This is well worth your effort. No stretching if you stay away from the cotton/bamboo yarns.

(Posted on 4/19/12)

Baggy and stretchy Review by Audrey Adams

I found this to be an easy pattern to knit and was excited to finally wear it. As the hours went by the sleeves bagged more and more with the sheer weight of the cotton/bamboo yarn dragging the whole sweater into a much larger and saggier version of itself. By the time I got home I looked like I was wearing a bagged-out sweater belonging to a much larger person. I'm going to try washing it butni fear all my effort is doomed by the cotton yarn and it's lack or "spring" or rebound.

(Posted on 4/20/11)