Jimi Cricket by Jimenez Joseph
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Jimi Cricket

Knitting
November 2015
Aran (8 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Cricket Cable pattern
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1068 - 1938 yards (977 - 1772 m)
XS (30”) / S (34”) / M (38”) / L (42”) / 1XL (46”) / 2XL (50”) / 3XL (54”)
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Cricket - an English sport with a long tradition and unique style. Jimi Cricket takes on this theme by featuring cables and ribbing, put together in this slimline cardigan. With deep v-neckline and fun colour combinations, this cardigan naturally flatters your shape while keeping you luxuriously warm. Reveal your own ‘cricket’ personality as you combine bold statement colour stripes to suit your taste!

This V-neck cardigan is knitted flat, in pieces from the bottom up. The patterning is formed of a 4-stitch cable & rib throughout. The sleeves are worked in the round from the top down. There are 4 colours: the Main Colour dominantly occupies most of the cardigan, while the 3 Contrast Colours are worked in a stripe sequence on all the ribbing trims.

Finished Bust Measurements:
XS: 32.75” (83cm) / S: 35.75” (91cm) / M: 40.5” (102cm) / L: 43.5” (111cm) / 1XL: 48” (121cm) / 2XL: 51.5” (131cm) / 3XL: 58.25” (148cm)

Yarn Quantity
MAIN COLOUR:
XS: 1068yds (977m) S: 1175yds (1074m) M: 1313yds (1201m) L: 1424yds (1302m) 1XL: 1575yds (1441m) 2XL: 1738yds (1589m) 3XL: 1938yds (1773m)

CONTRAST COLOURS - all 3 combined quantity:
XS: 57yds (52m) S: 60yds (55m) M: 61yds (56m) L: 64yds (59m) 1XL: 66yds (61m) 2XL: 69yds (63m) 3XL: 71yds (65m)

Suggested yarn: Primo Aran by The Plucky Knitter (75% Merino / 20% Cashmere / 5% Nylon) 200yds/100g.
Alternative yarn: Primo Worsted by The Plucky Knitter (75% Merino / 20% Cashmere / 5% Nylon) 200yds/100g.

Tools:
4.5mm (US 7) (or size required to get gauge) straight and/or circular needles of (32”) 80cm or longer; 1 spare needle of larger size for a 3-Needle Bind-Off; 4mm (US 6) circular needles for ribbing trims; Cable needle; 4 to 6 removable stitch markers; waste yarn or stitch holders; measuring tape and yarn needle for seaming up and weaving in ends.

Notions
9 / 9 / 9 / 9 / 10 / 10 / 10 : 0.75” (20mm) buttons.

Gauge: Gauge in Cricket Cable pattern: 22 sts by 30 rows over 4” (10cm) square on larger size needles. Blocked. This equates to: 5.5 sts by 7.5 rows per inch (2.2 sts by 3.0 rows per cm).

Technique Help - YouTube Tutorials:
Long tail cast on: http://youtu.be/P7uMPXNPWSg
Cable without a cable needle: http://youtu.be/a3FR32CsyR8
German Short Rows: http://youtu.be/P6n561SMZXQ (part 1) and: http://youtu.be/KooKdm0YBbw (part 2).
Understanding magic loop: http://youtu.be/1mqIqRdJc68
Pick up and knit: http://youtu.be/f6PKAwja6Dc
Seaming (mattress st): http://youtu.be/nOhYoQV29e4