Trumpet Flower Cardigan
Make a sweater in a different direction! The sweater is cast on lengthwise at the center front and knit from the left front to the left sleeve to the back to the right sleeve to the right front, using short rows and a draw string to shape the neckline. Each sleeve is equal in size and shape to the back. The stitch pattern looks like ribbing but actually consists of just two knit rows and a purl row. Despite its exotic (and addictive!) construction, the sweater is surprisingly flattering and versatile.