Driftwood Cardigan by Martha Lubbers

Driftwood Cardigan

Knitting
or any other worsted weight
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 7 - 4.5 mm
630 - 840 yards (576 - 768 m)
2-4, 4-6, 6-8 (Chest size 23”, 25”,27”)
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Waves slip in and out over logs, entangling branches as they tumble back and forth. Little footsteps weave in and out along the shoreline finding new treasures: a shell, a feather, a stone worn smooth. This cardigan is meant for boys and girls digging in the sand or digging into a good book, on sea or on shore.

Sized to fit ages 2-8, knit in any worsted weight yarn, this is a seamless cardigan worked from the top down. Beautiful large cables adorn the front and sleeves, while a ribbed trim finishes the cardigan. (Please note that the pattern has a slightly shorter length than photos depict.)

You can purchase either the single pattern, or the full ebook with all four patterns.

There have been a couple questions about the pattern row that states: Repeat these two rows until there are 13 stitches before first marker, on last purl row do not increase. Please note that on your knit row you should have 13 sts. For the next row purl all stitches. Continue to the front neckline shaping.