Juvel, Swedish for ”jewel”, is a playful open front cardigan for wee boys and girls, worked top-down and completely seamless. The stockinette body is worked first, followed by contrasting ribbed edges, and finished off with cropped sleeves. Try the garment on as you go to easily adapt it to fit! Get ready to indulge in a quick, versatile and rewarding project that doesn’t require lots of time and yarn!
Juvel for adults is in progress! Make a post in this thread if you’d like an earburn when the pattern is published!
Sizing is approximate – the garment is very forgiving due to its open fronts.
Measurement across back, from middle of armhole to middle of armhole: 8/8.8/9.7/10.4/11.3 (12.8/13.7/14.4/15.3) inches, or 20/22/24/26/28 (32/35/37/39) cm
Garment circumference, from front edge to front edge, is approximately 5 inches more than the measurements above.
Materials and tools
Worsted or aran weight yarn;
MC (body), approximately
90/110/125/140/165 (190/230/260/320) yards, or
85/100/115/130/150 (175/220/240/300) meters
CC (ribbing), approximately
110/120/130/135/140 (145/150/155/160) yards, or
100/110/120/120/125 (130/135/140/145) meters
Circular needles; 5 mm/US 8
Same size double pointed needles, if not knitting sleeves with magic loop