Vagabonde Wrap Cardigan
The name of this cardigan is taken from French author Colette’s famous novel, La Vagabonde, published in 1910. The narrator, Renée, is a dance-hall performer in early 20th-century Paris. This sweater evokes the wispy and translucent garments worn by Renée both onstage and when she meets her admirer, Maxime, offstage.
Vagabonde is knit in one piece from the top down using raglan increases at the sleeves and increases at the front neckline to create a v-neck.
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