Knit in the round with steeks for armholes, front opening, and sleeves. Never steeked before? Grellow Cardigan includes a photo tutorial to walk you through the process of using a sewing machine to secure your steeks.
Pattern includes full schematics; fair-isle charts for every portion of the sweater, including waist shaping and other areas of increases/decreases; and detailed instructions that don’t leave you guessing.
Pattern includes two PDFs: one for the steek tutorial, and one for the pattern/charts
Feel free to join the Amy Gunderson Designs group to interact with other knitters working on this project
Skill Level: Intermediate/advanced; this is not a beginner pattern
Skills required: Knitting in the round, stranded knitting, basic wrap and turn short rows, picking up stitches
XS(S, M-L, 1X, 2X)
also referred to as sizes a(b, c, d, e)
28.25(33.75, 39.5, 45, 50.75) inch finished bust
-33.75” size shown on a 34” bust
MC Malabrigo Sock superwash merino; 440 yds per 3.5 oz skein; color: 803/ochre (yellow);
2(2, 3, 3, 3) skeins or about 640(735, 915, 1030, 1230) yds
CC Valley Yarns Charlemont superwash merino/silk/polyamide; 439 yds per 100 gm skein; color: dusk (grey);
3(3, 4, 4, 5) skeins or about 1035(1180, 1430, 1575, 1780) yds
Note about body length: If you plan on making the body longer or shorter, add or subtract the extra length at the beginning of the body section. Be sure to start sooner (or later) in the fair-isle pattern; armhole shaping is planned to start on a specific round on both body and sleeves according to charts. Please contact me if you need any assistance.