Logoden cardigan by anne regourd

Logoden cardigan

March 2022
Sport (12 wpi) ?
22 (25) sts x 30 (30) rows = 10cm measured over Lace patt (Moss st) on larger needles
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
787 - 1575 yards (720 - 1440 m)
Sizes XS (S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X), designed to be worn with -5 to 3.5cm ease Shown in size S on Chisom who is a UK size 8-10
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Go bold by combining delicate stitchwork with vivid colour!

The Logoden cardigan is worked top down mostly back and forth, with the final part of the sleeves worked in the rnd. It features a zigzag lace motif on the body and Moss st for the sleeves. The Moss st neck and button bands are worked at the same time as the body. Sleeves are shaped with short rows once the body is complete.

Yarn used Noro Sonata (4-ply; 360m per 100g skein; 35% cotton, 25% viscose, 20% polyamide, 20% silk ).
22 (25) sts x 30 (30) rows = 10cm measured over Lace patt (Moss st) on larger needles.
Needles used
2.5mm DPNs, 2.5mm circular, 40cm
3mm DPNs, 3mm circular, 40 & 60cm
Cardigan is worked flat but circular needles are recommended to accommodate the number of sts.
Other supplies:
stitch markers, lockable stitch markers, stitch holders or, waste yarn, tapestry needle, 7 (7, 7, 7, 7, 8, 8, 8, 8) buttons of diam 1.5cm.

“There are more than 100 rock formations or islands in Brittany. All my patterns are inspired by them – this one is inspired by the two Logoden Islands: In 1979, the islands were one of the filming locations for the film Mon Oncle d’Amérique by Alain Resnais”

For more information, see: https://craftworld.com/cms/knit-now-issue-140-is-on-