This little cardigan was designed to make the garment fully reversible. The finishing techniques hide all seams within a folded knit edge and the stitches have no right or wrong side (as long as you like the back of stripes as much as I do).
The stripes and lack of seaming make this project quick to make and the smaller sizes use such a small amount of yarn that you can finish up some of those pesky partial balls that are sitting in your stash.
You will need:
1 (2, 2, 2, 3) balls of MC fingering weight yarn (I used Shepherd Baby merino 4 ply, 165m per ball)
1 (1, 1, 1, 1) balls of CC fingering weight yarn
Pair of 3.25 mm/ US 3 needles and dpns for sleeves (or size needed to obtain gauge of 28sts to 36 rows in st st)
4 st markers
2 stitch holders