Alfrick

Sizes – Fits 18 to 30 inch  (45 to 76 cm)with overall approx finished sizes  plus 2″ inch ease
length in back 14 -20  inch (35 – 50 cm )
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Yarn weight –  Aran
Quantity – 200 to 630 m
Needles – 5mm (US8)
Gauge/Tension – 16 st. x 22 rows = 4″
Yarn used in Sample –  Rowan (Cream/Brown), Wooltops (Blue), Stylecraft (cream)

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This Aran Weight yarn creates light cardigan akin to the Bosbury in my range, designed with the toddler in mind. It has a shirt tail at the back to drape elegantly.  Knitted top down in one piece and has options for long or short sleeves, with only sleeve seams so very little sewing.Knitted on 5 mm  (US8) needles, Cream and Brown sample is  in Rowan Purelife Boulce and Rowan Frost, but yarn knitting to the same gauge will work perfectly well.To fit 18 to 30 ”, with some positive ease the overall finished sizes from 21 3/4” to 33 1/2” inch, length in back 14” to 20”.

2 Comments

  • Despite best efforts to ensure there are no errors in patterns and this pattern been out for a while and completed by knitters, An eagle eyed knitter pointed out an anomaly in the pattern today.

    The pattern has been updated to reflect this.

    Its the row where you place the stitch markers before the eyelet row in the body of the garment, it should read.

    Next row- s1, k4, p18 (20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30) place sm, p41 (45,49,52,56,61,64) place sm, p to last 5 sts, k5

  • Comment from Knitter via Ravelry…
    Whelp, I’m glad I asked because I would not have figured this out had I winged it!

    I’ve never done this kind of sleeve/underarm. Your instructions make perfect sense and I might have figured it out if I had remembered or seen the cast off stitches on both ends of the sleeve! The fuzzy yarn I used hid the cast off and I would have totally missed it.

    Thanks much!

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