t e x t u r e
January 19, 2014
February 1, 2014

t e x t u r e

Project info
#22 Textured Cardi by Tom Scott
Needles & yarn
US 10 - 6.0 mm
US 10½ - 6.5 mm
Berroco Blackstone Tweed™ Chunky
color Clover 6631
Yarn Cupboard in Jamesville, New York

Spring (albeit a bit shivery) with Tom Scott’s because I love this piece.

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many pictures due to creative possibilities….

2/1/14 This is the most unique piece I have knitted to date. What an amazing designer! Adorable no matter which way you flip it around!

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experiment gone VERY RIGHT!! can’t wait to finish, photograph, and wear!

and, much to my surprise, this really IS a two for one garment because it IS as delightful as a cardi as it is as a work-of-art!

Whether right side up or upside down, my attention goes directly to the streets of NY where Tom Scott’s design work and out-of-the box thinking is chic and unique!

I am highly likely NOT going to wear this as a basic cardi.

~knitted in the direction as seen being worn in VK magazine (which are the first 8 pictures).
~you need 2 buttons (not in materials list)
~waistband, I think should be p2,k2 for continuity of pattern.
~utilization of one row button-hole method is a must and sewing buttons on with project yarn…
~really weird setting in the sleeves. I set them in so sleeve seam is in traditional place when wearing as I prefer which is the first 8 pictures. You may want to set in the sleeves as a traditional cardi. You really cannot see the sleeve seam if you sew it neatly so the point may be moot, however I am very picky about finishing touches. Now, I’m wondering if the sleeve seam could be sewn anywhere and if there is a better location for it. I’m pondering this. Using the k1 every row for a selvage is very helpful for an invisible seam. Also, focus on putting in those increases neatly. Another option, knit the sleeves in the round.
~no blocking to keep the wonderful textural fabric as intended.
~Worn purposely slouchy for designer look.
~One size adds to the allure for me however I did take time and care about the gauge, as always.
~I did need more yarn than indicated. There is a story, here.
~need to catch up on my blog and photo shoots…. way behind due to weather (I like the photos outside) and new job (very time consuming), however 1 week off is coming up very soon! yeah!!

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by Berroco
65% Wool, 25% Mohair, 10% Angora
60 yards / 50 grams

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  • Project created: May 25, 2013
  • Finished: February 1, 2014
  • Updated: June 19, 2020
  • Progress updates: 5 updates