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Knit Cardigans

Knit Cardigans

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knit cardigan patterns 
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knitting patterns
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 knittingdaily
CARDIGANSare the quintessential knitter’s knitting—for what knit-ter, beginner to experienced, has not dreamed of the perfect sweatershe or he might knit one day? And yet, for each knitter, the PerfectSweater is different: Some imagine cables twining up their sleeves andadorning their collars; some picture lace flowing gracefully from shoul-der to hip; and others covet a quick knit on big needles to cuddle intoby the end of the next snowstorm. For those in warmer climates, thePerfect Cardigan is lightweight and layer-friendly for chilly evenings orrainy mornings. For those in colder climes, a knitter may wish for anentire wardrobe of “Perfect Sweaters” to last throughout a long coldwinter.As a knitter, of course, I too dream of finding the Perfect Cardigan Pat-tern one day. This made putting together a collection of seven “perfectsweaters” for all of you both a delight and a challenge. A delight: I spenthours combing through my favorite Interweave books, as well as backissues of 
Interweave Knits
and
Knitscene
magazines, making lists (and yetmore lists!) of “favorites” I wanted to include in this ebook. (What knit-ter wouldn’t love a chance to choose their favorite Interweave cardi-gan patterns to give away for free?) A challenge: I could choose onlyseven patterns, and I wanted each one to be a stand-out in its class!So here’s what I came up with for all of you: The
Katharine Hepburn Jacket by Kathy Zimmerman
combines classy 1950‘s styling with a year-round blend of lace and tiny cables. The
 Amber Beaded Cardigan by Michele Rose Orne
offers deceptively simple lace knitting in a flatteringsilhouette. (The beads are optional and sewn on after the knitting isdone—clever!) Then there’s the
 Aran Duffle Coat
 
by Judith L. Swartz
,which from its cabled hood and lovely Aran cables to its big frontpockets and deep ribbed cuffs, is a joy to snuggle into on a blusterywinter’s day. The
Refined Aran Jacket by Pam Allen
, a knitter’s favoritesince it first came out, is equally at home over a skirt in the office orover jeans out shopping. In the
 Sienna Cardigan
 
by Ann E. Smith
, a clas-sic V-neck cardigan shape is set off by a band of cabled lace down eachfront and an unusual picot-edged collar. The
 Side-way Ribs Cardiganby Norah Gaughan
is a quick, easy knit with thick yarn and big needles.Each piece starts at the cuff and ends at the center for a fun (and fash-ionable!) sideways project. Finally, the
Curry Cabled Cardigan
 
by CathyPayson
shows off rivers of wide and narrow cables in graceful, flatteringvertical “stripes” in a cozy classic sweater.How’s
that
for a collection of everything wonderful in a cardigan?Needless to say, I had a lot of fun selecting these perfect cardigan pat-terns for you. I hope that you enjoy every minute of knitting and wear-ing these wonderful sweaters—and I hope it isn’t too difficult to decidewhich one to make first!Be warm and be well as leaves fall and the air turns from crispinto cold...Sandi WiseheartContributing Editor,
KnittingDaily.com
knitting patterns
7free
knit cardigan patterns
 
 from 
knittingdaily:
KNIT CARDIGAN PATTERNSFROM
KNITTING DAILY:
 7 FREE KNITTING PATTERNS
 A
Knitting Daily
eBook edited by
Sandi Wiseheart
EDITORIAL STAFF
EDITOR, KNITTING DAILY
Kathleen Cubley
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR, KNITTING DAILY
Sandi Wiseheart
CREATIVE SERVICES
DESIGNER
Tammy Beard
PHOTOGRAPHY
Chris Hartlove
(unless otherwise noted)
 
ILLUSTRATION
Gayle FordProjects and information are for inspiration and personaluse only.
Interweave Knits
and
Knitting Daily
do notrecommend, approve, or endorse any of the advertisers,products, services, or views advertised in this publication.Nor does
Knits
or
Knitting Daily
evaluate the advertisers’claims in any way. You should, therefore, use your own judgment in evaluating the advertisers, products, services,and views advertised in
Knits
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Knitting Daily
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