Unique Knits – Timeless Style
This wonderfully thick and warm over-sized cardigan features all-over bobbles in an attractive diagonal formation. My inspiration for this cardigan came from the little pebbles you often find when walking in the woods.
The cardigan is seamlessly knitted top-down. Knitted with the warmest and thickest Jamiesonís of Shetland Marl, this is a perfect distinctive and versatile cardigan to keep you cosy during the cold weather.
And if youíre feeling adventurous, why not knit the bobbles in a contrasting colour?
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UK 8-10 (12-14, 16-18, 20-22, 24-26)/32-34 (36-38, 40-42, 44-46, 48-50) in
Model wears size 8-10/32-34in
Jamiesonís of Shetland Marl (Chunky weight; 100% pure Shetland wool; 120m [131yds] per 100g ball)
Garment only: 10 (11, 12, 14, 15) x 100g balls in Eesit (105). Not including belt.
Belt band: under 1 ball
15 sts and 20 rows to 10cm over stocking stitch using 6mm needles.
8 sts to 6cm over bobble stitch using 6mm needles.
Please adjust needle sizes to obtain correct tension if necessary.
For the body and edging use the following needles:
1 set of 6mm (UK 4/US 10) cir needles
1 set of 5.5mm (UK 5/US 9) cir needles
For sleeves, use the following needles. If you can work the Magic Loop method with cir needles, you donít need DPNs:
1 set of 6mm (UK 4/US 10) DPNs
1 set of 5.5mm (UK 5/US 9) DPNs
Pieces of waste yarn to hold sleeve & hood stitches
Yarn needles to tidy ends
The main body is worked flat, with a cir needle used to accommodate the large number of stitches and curve of the raglan. Sleeves are worked in the round using DPNs. If a cir needle is used to work the sleeves, use the Magic Loop method where necessary.