Crissy Field Cardigan by Winnie Marie Designs

Crissy Field Cardigan

Knitting
September 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in k2, p2 ribbing
US 8 - 5.0 mm
500 - 750 yards (457 - 686 m)
Child's 4(6,8,10,12)
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At the base of the Golden Gate Bridge sits Crissy Field. The park and beach have the best views of the bridge and Marin County Redwood trees, but you don’t want to forget to bring a sweater. This versatile cardigan is designed for brisk Bay mornings and overnight growth spurts, with forgiving 2x2 ribbing and fold-over sleeves. Let the ribbing pull in for a smaller child and block out the ribbing for a larger sweater.

Sizes: Child’s 4(6,8,10,12)
Blocked Measurements:
Chest (without neckband): 26(28,30,32,34)“ 58(62,66,70,75)cm
Length: 14(16.5,19,21,23)” 35.5(42,48,53,58.5)cm
Sleeves: 13.5(14,16.5,17.75,18.5)“ 34(35.5,42,45,47)cm

Materials:
500(600,650,700,750)yards Worsted Weight yarn
US size 8 5mm straight or circular needle or size needed to obtain gauge
US size 8 5mm set of double pointed needles
Stitch markers
Waste yarn
Tapestry needle

Pattern notes:
The lower half of the sweater is knit flat and then bound off. Stitches are picked up along one long edge to complete the sweater from the bottom up. Sleeves are knit in the round and added to the body, with raglan and neck shaping. A neckband is then knit and seamed along the cardigan edge.

This pattern has been tech edited and test knitted. For support, email winniemariedesigns@gmail.com or drop me a message via Ravelry.