Millington Cardigan by Emily Ringelman

Millington Cardigan

June 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in double seed stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
1095 - 1750 yards (1001 - 1600 m)
Bust (closed) – 33½(35-40-43-47¾-51)"
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The generous pockets of this cardigan are knit as you go, making for a unique knitting experience. Designed by Emily Ringelman, this open-front cardigan is knit from the bottom up and features a simple cable panel along with an allover textured stitch pattern.

Cable patterns are charted.

Shown in size 35”

Bust (closed) – 33½(35-40-43-47¾-51)“
Length – 25¾(27-27¼-27¾-28¼-28¾)”
Note: This garment was designed with approximately 1–2” of ease. Please take this into consideration when selecting your size.

BERROCO ULTRA WOOL (100 grs): 5(6-7-7-8-8) balls #33104 Driftwood

Straight or 29” length circular needle(s), size 7 (4.50 mm) or size to obtain gauge
1 set (4) double-pointed needles (dpns), size 7 (4.50 mm)
Stitch markers
Tapestry needle
Cable needle (cn)

20 sts and 28 rows = 4” in Double Seed Stitch
Back chart (44 sts) = 7”
Pocket chart (20 sts) = 3½“
To save time, take time to check gauge.

This open-front cardigan is knit in pieces from the bottom up, then seamed. Each front starts out twice as wide as it will end up; the bottom portion is folded over to form pockets. I-cord edging finishes the pocket, front, and back neck edges. After seaming, stitches are picked up all across the bottom, closing the pockets. A purl ridge visually separates the bottom ribbing from the body.
It can be confusing determining the right side and the wrong side while knitting the fronts.