My Big Comfy Ribbed Cardi by Jessica Reeves Potasz

My Big Comfy Ribbed Cardi

Knitting
July 2021
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
10.5 stitches and 13 rows = 4 inches
in broken rib stitch
US 15 - 10.0 mm
822 - 1233 yards (752 - 1127 m)
S - XL
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Cozy ribbing and an oversized fit come together to make your
comfiest new fall cardigan! The cuddly rib stitching and squishy fabric is perfect for curling up at home or keeping warm when you’re out. It’s an easy knit with minimal shaping and it works up quickly too. Super cute with jeans and your favorite t-shirt!

Materials:
US Size 15, 10 mm 36” circular knitting needles & straight needles (optional)

6 (7,8,9) Lion Brand Yarn Hue & Me chunky #5 yarn in Desert 125 g/skein
Pattern uses approximately 740 g (833 g, 966 g, 1109 g)

Scissors
Tapestry Needle
Measuring Tape

Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XL

Pattern Notes: This cardigan is knit flat by making one rectangular panel for the back and two rectangular panels for the front (see schematic). Sleeves and pockets are
also knit flat. The panels are seamed to finish. If you’re experienced, you can certainly modify the pattern to knit the sleeves in the round and avoid seaming. The
collar is knit by picking up stitches and knitting a 2 x 2 rib pattern. Consider blocking panels and sleeves to shape and size. The pattern calls for circular needles even while it is knit flat. The circular needles are necessary to comfortably hold all of the stitches. If you have difficulty picking up all stitches along the neck and collar line to knit the collar, you may work halfway up each side and seam the two halves of the collar at the back of the neck.

Enjoy!