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Free Knitting Pattern for Krydda Cardigan - Long-sleeved cardigan features a flattering V-neck and a lace stitch that starts at the yoke wraps around from the fronts to meet in the back. Worked seamlessly in one piece from the top-down. Designed by Yarn-Madness. Sizes XS (S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X). Available in English and Swedish.

Free Knitting Pattern for Krydda Cardigan - Long-sleeved cardigan features a flattering V-neck and a lace stitch that starts at the yoke wraps around from the fronts to meet in the back. Worked seamlessly in one piece from the top-down. Designed by Yarn-Madness. Sizes XS (S, M, L, 1X, 2X, 3X). Available in English and Swedish.

Every so often I come across a pattern like this one that I just can’t get out of my head … The beautiful sweater seen seen here was knit by Cindy (aka Gussie on Ravelry). This design i…

Every so often I come across a pattern like this one that I just can’t get out of my head … The beautiful sweater seen seen here was knit by Cindy (aka Gussie on Ravelry). This design i…

veste by batilou, via Flickr

veste by batilou, via Flickr

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Afmæli - 20-year anniversary sweater pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Afmæli - 20-year anniversary sweater pattern by Védís Jónsdóttir

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Field Study pattern by Ann Kingstone

Field Study pattern by Ann Kingstone

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Field Study pattern by Ann Kingstone

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Wiolakofta pattern by Kristin Wiola Ødegård

Wiolakofta pattern by Kristin Wiola Ødegård

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Wiolakofta pattern by Kristin Wiola Ødegård

Norwegian sweater, photo by Emilie Williams. Possibly knit by Marta Otteson (The photographer's great-grandmother).

Norwegian sweater, photo by Emilie Williams. Possibly knit by Marta Otteson (The photographer's great-grandmother).

The body is worked back and forth in one piece on a circular needle to the underarm, then the fronts and back are worked separately to the shoulders. The sleeves are worked flat, and are approximately 4” longer than usual to accommodate a thumb opening. Work the first and last stitches of each row in St st for edge stitches. When decreasing, work k1, ssk at beginning of RS rows and k2tog, k1 at end; work p1, p2tog at beginning of WS rows and ssp, p1 at end.

Erika Cardigan pattern by Michele Rose Orne

The body is worked back and forth in one piece on a circular needle to the underarm, then the fronts and back are worked separately to the shoulders. The sleeves are worked flat, and are approximately 4” longer than usual to accommodate a thumb opening. Work the first and last stitches of each row in St st for edge stitches. When decreasing, work k1, ssk at beginning of RS rows and k2tog, k1 at end; work p1, p2tog at beginning of WS rows and ssp, p1 at end.

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