Stroll Cardigan by Marie Greene

Stroll Cardigan

May 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
985 - 1538 yards (901 - 1406 m)
32, 36, 40, 44, 48, 52"
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The Stroll Cardigan is a multi-season, figure-flattering style that pairs beautifully with a simple tee or tank. It
has a boat-neck with ¾ length sleeves and is perfect for adding a little style to your outfit without too much warmth -- especially when knit in Acadia. Acadia provides perfect drape and warmth for this design, yet remains deliciously light and airy.

Stroll is knit in one piece, seamless, top down, raglan-style, and with minimal shaping. This will be your new favorite project; it’s quick to knit and fabulous to wear. You might need to make two!

Recommended for Advanced Beginners and up. This would make a great first sweater for a knitter with a good grasp of basic techniques and gauge.

My design philosophy is to create garments that are as fun to knit as they are to wear, with figure-flattering styles and design elements that provide interest but not hassle.

32”, 36”, 40”, 44”, 48”, 52” Bust
(Approximately 2-3” of positive ease)

5 st per inch
6.75-7 rows per inch (in Stockinette)

Yarn (DK or Lt Worsted)
Acadia The Fibre Co.
or Tosh DK Madelinetosh
995 (1030, 1130, 1249, 1386, 1538) yards

Other recommended yarns:
Cascade Eco Alpaca, Sweet Georgia DK, Cascade 220 Worsted, Fyberspates Vivacious DK

US Size 5 (3.75mm) 24” – Trim
US Size 6 (4mm) 32” – Body
US Size 6 (4mm) Double Point Needles (or 12” circular) – Sleeves
US Size 5 (4mm) Double Point Needles
(or 12” circular) – Sleeve Ribbing

Note: If you are a tight knitter, consider using metal needles and/or going up to a size 7 for the body. The fabric should be light, not dense. Use size to obtain gauge.

Stitch Markers
Yarn Needle (weaving in ends)
Waste Yarn (to hold sleeve st)

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This pattern has been test knit and edited.

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Special thanks to Dee Gardner for test knitting.