Through Thick and Thin
This Bottom-up, Contiguous cardigan is a delight to wear. The easy construction, a variation on Suzie M.’s contiguous method, is quickly knit up. The variation between thick and thin yarn gives a delightfully stretchy, airy texture.
Length for body and sleeves can be adjusted to your own preference. This is a versatile cardigan that can be customized in many ways and knit up in many yarn variations and thicknesses.
Knit one up with short or elbow length sleeves, just in time for the next warm evening….
Sizes: XS (S, M, L, XL) or 86(91, 96, 101, 106)cm/34(36, 38,40,42)”.
Finished Measurements: 74(80,84, 90, 96)cm/28(31,33,35,38”) bust, with 2 inches /5cms negative ease.
Sample Garment Measurements:
Length from neck to hem: 60cm (24”).
Armpit to armpit (laid flat and closed): 45cm (19”).
Model is 1.83m/6’ and size XS, wearing size M
MC: 150-200 m/250-350y Rowan Wool Cotton in Coffee Rich or any Rowan dk yarn (see substitution chart). Alternatives: madelinetosh Twist, 80/10/10, Debbie Bliss Cotton Cashmere.
CC: 150-200m/250-350y Habu Textiles XS-21 20/2 Linen or any kind of substitute thread weight strong yarn with cotton/linen/silk/rayon/bamboo content.
6mm long circular needles; I use Addi Turbos.
6 stitch markers