4 Part Harmony by Eileen Vito
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4 Part Harmony

July 2013
Sport (12 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 12 rows = 2 inches
in estonian lace pattern, after blocking
US 5 - 3.75 mm
900 - 1300 yards (823 - 1189 m)
S (33”) – M (37”) – L (41”) – 1X (45”) – 2X (49”)
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Pattern Update 6/6/15: Error in Part 3
There is a stitch missing in the chart for the left front of the cardigan, in sizes S, L, & 2X.
Please download the updated file to receive this correction. I apologize for this oversight…
I am also posting expanded charts for the working of the yokes in all sizes to clarify how to maintain the pattern while working the raglan decreases.

A huge thank you to Gloria MH for alerting me to this error!!

This open cardigan design fills the need I always seem to have for a lightweight, ready-to-throw-on sweater to bridge those times when I’m not ready to dive into the warm woollies, but there’s too much chill for just a blouse or a tee.
4-Part Harmony is worked in a beautiful sport weight – Madelinetosh sport – for an easy care garment with great body.
A traditional Estonian border pattern is used, along with 2 complementary lace patterns that feature motifs recurring in the border.
The front & neckline border repeats the Estonian border, but is worked in garter stitch to eliminate any rolling.
The nature of these lace patterns eliminates the need for shaping; the drape of the fabric creates a flattering shape.
Thank you, Jlarson56, for all of your help in testing this design!