Description from magazine: ‘Old school is new school in this attractive Bohus-inspired cardigan. Yoke patterns in the original Bohus sweaters were characterized by the interplay of color work and intermittent purl stitches. Veronik Avery uses a warm charcoal as the main color for her sweater and adds soft shades of lavender and blue for highlights. This cardigan features textured buttonbands and foldover hems at the neck and lower edge. The sweater is made in one piece; it’s worked in the round with steeks for the front opening and armholes.’
Total yardage is listed above, pattern requires between 6 and 11 balls of the main color (charcoal) and 1 ball each of 6 contrast colors (teal, lavender, green, raspberry, burgundy and light blue) for all sizes.