Camber Cardigan by Jessamyn Leib

Camber Cardigan

April 2010
Light Fingering ?
24 stitches and 35 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 5 - 3.75 mm
970 - 1540 yards (887 - 1408 m)
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From the pattern description: With its fitted shaping, half length sleeves, and lightweight fabric, this cardigan is perfect for cool spring and summer evenings, and great for layering in fall and winter. It is equally at home worn either over a tee shirt and jeans or as a cover up for a strapless cocktail dress. The hybrid circular yoke and set-­in underarms create a wonderful silhouette for all shapes and sizes, and thanks to the stockinette body and sleeves, the custom fit and shaping options are endless.

The yoke itself features a modified fan shell pattern that helped inspire the name; ‘camber’ is a word that refers to a slight convexity, as found on a guitar fretboard or perhaps on a ship’s deck.

Knit in one piece from the neck down, Camber is entirely seamless and, if worked from the recommended yarn, only requires six ends to be woven in.