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Cinna Cardi - Knitting Pattern

$9.00

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The Cinna Cardi is a “sister” to the Cinnabar Sweater, featuring the same squishy fabric on the sleeves. The Cinna Cardi is a top down, raglan cardigan, finished off with a short rows collar. There are two different sleeve options as well as two different lengths to choose from! Special techniques features in this pattern are: knit stitches, purl stitches, left & right increases and german short row shaping.

Finished Measurements

1 (2, 3, 4, 5) (6, 7, 8, 9)

Actual bust circumference of finished garment:
33 (35.5, 39, 43.5, 47.25) (51, 54.5, 59, 63.8)”
84 (90, 99, 110.5, 120) (129, 139, 150, 162) cm

To find the perfect fit for your garment, measure the circumference of your bust and add 0-4” to your measurement. If you are between sizes, I suggest to size down.

Yardage (listed as crop/full length)

Main color: 570/750 (720/830, 850/950, 970/1000, 1000/1050) (1080/1130, 1100/1160, 1190/1290, 1210/1260) yards

Contrasting color: 150/170 (150/170, 180/200, 200/250, 200/250) (220/250, 230/260, 230/260, 230/260) yards

Suggested Yarn

DK weight yarn
Other combinations recommended:

  • Fingering & mohair held together, sport & mohair held together, or fingering held double.

Suggested Needles

- US 7 (4.5 mm) 32-40" cord for ribbing the sleeve cuffs and body hem.
- US 8 (5 mm) 32-40" cord for main fabric & collar.

Additional Materials

Stitch markers, scrap yarn, darning needle, tape measure

Techniques

Casting on stitches, knitting in the round, knitting flat, short row shaping, raglan shaping, increase and decrease stitches, separating stitches for arm holes, binding off stitches, picking up stitches, stretchy bind off.

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted

 

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