Open Book Cardigan
Every librarian needs a cardigan (who doesn’t?). Kristen TenDyke’s Open Book Cardigan steps in, dressing up the librarian standby with long, flattering lines and ladylike picot edgings. The upside-down V-stitch pattern is reminiscent of a book placed open on the counter (perhaps the reader was interrupted by a patron who needed help?). The body is worked in one piece without shaping to the armholes and the sleeve stitches are picked up and knit down. Not only is there very little seaming, but the lengths of both body and sleeve can easily be adjusted to suit your height and style.
Sweater pictured shown in second size.
Garment shown is worn with 1-2” / 2.5-5cm of negative ease.
Garment is designed to be worn with 1-2” / 2.5-5cm of positive ease.
Bust: 29.75 (34.75, 39.75, 44.75, 49.75, 54.75)”
St. Denis Nordique 100% American wool; 150 yds / 137m per 50g ball; color: #5888 Butterscotch; 10 (11, 12, 13, 14, 15) balls
32-inch US #7 / 4.5mm circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
1 set US #7 / 4.5mm double-point needles
US #G / 4mm crochet hook
Stitch holders or waste yarn
Removable stitch markers