Walk the Line by Annamária Ötvös

Walk the Line

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Walk the Line is a top-down, seamless cardigan with set-in sleeves, V-neck and longer back.
The upper back is worked first from the shoulders to the underarms, then the stitches of the fronts are picked up from the cast on edges of the back shoulders and fronts are worked to the underarms.
Then the pieces are joined and worked in one piece to the hem. The back is slightly longer than the front, the slope is shaped with short rows.
The stitches of the sleeve caps are picked up around the armholes then they are shaped with short rows.
Sleeves are worked in the round from the underarm to the cuff.
Finally the collar and front bands are worked in rib pattern back and forth in rows.
A single row of horizontal braid decorates the cuffs and the hem and adds interest to this otherwise very simple cardigan.

17 sts and 24 rows = 10x10 cm/4”x4” in Stockinette Stitch knit flat (body and sleeve caps) with larger needle after blocking
17 sts and 24 rounds = 10x10 cm/4”x4” in Stockinette Stitch knit in the round (sleeves) with larger needle after blocking
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge

XS1 (XS2: S1: S2: M1: M2: L1: L2: XL1: XL2)

Finished Measurements
81 (86: 90.5: 95.5: 100: 107: 111.5: 116.5: 121: 126) cm / 32 (33¾: 35¾: 37½: 39¼: 42¼: 44: 45¾: 47¾: 49½) inches bust circumference at underarm.

Intended to fit with approx. 9-10 cm/3¼-4” positive ease at bust.

Approximately 765 (795: 825: 860: 895: 930: 970: 1005: 1045: 1090) meters / 835 (870: 905: 940: 980: 1020: 1060: 1100: 1145: 1190) yards

Sample shown is size S2 with approx. 9.5 cm/3¾” positive ease at bust using The Plucky Knitter Scholar (75% merino, 25% cashmere; 233 m/255 y per skein) in colourway High Cotton.

· 80 cm/32” circular needle in each of the following sizes: 4.5 mm/ US 7 and 4.0 mm/ US 6 (or size to obtain gauge)
· 40 cm/16” circular needle or double pointed needles (dpns) in each of the following sizes: 4.5 mm/ US 7 and 4.0 mm/ US 6 for working in small circumferences (or size to obtain gauge) (optional)

40 cm/16” circular needles and dpns are optional if you prefer the Magic Loop Method for working small circumferences in the round.

· spare circular needles or waste yarn for holding stitches
· 4 stitch markers: 2 blue, 2 green
· removable (locking) stitch markers: 2 green, 2 red, 2 blue
· 5 buttons with 2.5 cm/1” diameter

Skill level: Intermediate
Necessary skills: Working in the round with dpns or magic loop, working short rows, picking up stitches.