The Curious Case of the Crazy-Stitch Cardigan by Michele DuNaier

The Curious Case of the Crazy-Stitch Cardigan

DK (11 wpi) ?
5.5 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in Half-Crazy stitch pattern
4.0 mm (G)
3.75 mm (F)
1100 - 1500 yards (1006 - 1372 m)
Can be made to any size
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The first sweater in my group of WWI era reproductions.

This sweater can be made in any size - it is made by measuring your body and working to the measurements. It can be made with any yarn or using any gauge.


The cardigan is worked in the Crazy-Stitch pattern in vertical rows. The Front pieces are made first, then the back pieces, and they are joined with a chain at the front neck. Then the cardigan is worked outward toward the arms.

It can be made to any length, with any length sleeves. Two options as to edgings. The only seams are on the sides under the arms, and you actually crochet them together, so I will declare it “seamless.”

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