Light, breezy, and easy to wear, Meris is a tailored-fit design that can be elegant or casual.
The cardigan begins with two separate shoulder pieces that are shaped with simple short rows, then joined to form the upper back. The fronts are picked up from the back’s cast-on edges and worked to the underarms. Fronts and back are then joined and worked in one piece to the hem. The sleeves are set in seamlessly from the top, their caps shaped with short rows for a great fit.
Approximately 1153 (1268, 1326, 1441, 1585, 1729, 1764) yds / 1054 (1160, 1212, 1318, 1449, 1581, 1613) m Quince and Co Finch. Shown in color Sorbet.
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“Joining row: (RS) Starting at LF, work across Row 3 (7, 13, 1, 7, 9, 15) of LF lace panel…”
Row number will be as above for Back and Right Front, too.