Project of the Week 10/14-10/21: Kate Davies' Carbeth Cardigan


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Carbeth Cardigan

Designed by Kate Davies and knit by Amanda in
Kelbourne Woolens Germantown Bulky

Kate Davies’s Carbeth Cardigan is a bottom-up, slightly-cropped classic with an elegant, sloped shoulder design and a structured ribbed collar. Versatile Kelbourne Woolens Germantown Bulky (100% North American wool) is a hard-wearing staple, with excellent stitch definition and a plush texture.

Carbeth Cardigan is available in 8 sizes. It is designed to be worn with 4” or more of positive ease. The sizes listed below correspond to the actual measurement of the finished garment, so to achieve the recommended fit, please choose a size that is 4” or more than your chest measurement.

Size 1: 38.5” chest circumference
Size 2: 42” chest circumference
Size 3: 45.5” chest circumference
Size 4: 50” chest circumference
Size 5: 54.5” chest circumference
Size 6: 57.5” chest circumference
Size 7: 61” chest circumference
Size 8: 65” chest circumference

Each kit includes sufficient yarn for the size specified in the color of your choice, along with the pattern. We will purchase a copy of Carbeth Cardigan for you via Ravelry, so you will automatically receive both a printed copy and an emailed PDF. If you would also like to have this pattern in your Ravelry library, please note your Ravelry ID (not your password!) in the "Notes" field in your cart!

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