Part of my reason for learning to knit is so that I am able to actually knit things for my future sprogs. The other part is that I love knitting. So when I found this pattern and F. O. I feel in love with it. Such a beautiful cardi without the need to sew together after 🙂 The comments from Byron Dreamer are also really useful and will be a great help if I attempt this.
Not so long ago, my friend Julie who is so gifted at all things crafty, sent me a link to a new knitting website called Loveknitting. ( www.loveknitting.com )
There, while I was drooling over an amazing variety of yarns and projects, I found a free pattern for this adorable little cardigan. It was by Australian designer, Georgie Hallam. Her version was knitted in a beautiful 8 ply White Gum wool, a boutique Australian merino yarn and is pictured below.
I downloaded the pattern, printed it out and was impressed by how clear and detailed her instructions were. Nevertheless, as I perused the pattern, I was a little concerned. The cardi is knitted in one piece from the neck down on circular needles. I had never attempted anything like this before! However, I…
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