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Generous length and a cabled hood make the Dubline Cardigan a show piece of your wardrobe. Simple stockinette sleeves are worked first, then joined to the body with raglan decreases, once the body is knitted. Superwash wool and an ample amount of positive ease make it a garment you'll reach for again and again.
Old Town pattern by Carol Sunday
Open front cardi with pretty shawl collar, lightly-gathered bodice, yokes in front and back. Sweater can be made in cropped, mid- and tunic length versions, and sleeves can be optionally short, three-quarter length or long.
Free pattern Friday: My Favorite Cardigan
(Photos: Cascade Yarns) My Favorite Cardigan by Cheryl Bekerich was just posted to Ravelry this week and it’s a great addition to the Fall lineup of new patterns! As far as sweater patterns …
Perry - Brooklyn Tweed
This cozy, long cardigan is the perfect sweater for Fall layering. The designer suggests 3-4 inches of positive ease, giving it a comfortable, oversized feel while still maintaining a slimming waist shape. Staggered vine lace motifs and a deep, relaxed v-neck give this classic garment knitterly appeal.