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Ravelry: Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

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Alluring cables and a draped loop cowl create the unusual but captivating silhouette of the Brewster Cardigan. The generous loop cowl can double as pockets, or the extension can be omitted entirely! Either way, the stunning cables and comfortable fit will make this cardigan a favorite for years to come.

Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Wrap yourself in cozy cables with this looped cowl cardigan. With plenty of design options you can make this knitting cardigan fit your own style.

A beautiful lace pattern adorns the lower part of this jacket with overlapping fronts, while garter stitch rules on the top part. The stitch patterns are divided by a tuck and the jacket has identical hems. A deep elegant v-neck allows it to be worn loose creating waterfall fronts. Or you can close it with jewelry or a shawl pin for a more tailored look. The jacket is named Sarya; the night traveler hence knitted in the stunning Jagger Spun, Zephyr Lace, held double, because of its luster…

Sarya pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

Brewster Cardigan pattern by Linda Marveng

A central cable that ends in a bulb captivated me into designing this long a-line sweater with vents in the side along the bottom rib. A few garter stitches in the side makes the seam look like a zip. The sweater ends in an I-cord bind-off at the neck only shaped by the shoulders. It is named Ronette which means ”strong councel” in Old English, because the cable pattern did just that.

Ronette pattern by Linda Marveng

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Shalana pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Zest Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng

Zest Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng

Ravelry: Zest Shawl pattern by Linda Marveng Above it is gorgeously worn by dancer Francesca Golfetto, beautifully styled by Line Sekkingstad, and brilliantly photographed by Kim Müller.

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