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WindingRiver Buttony Cardigan

WindingRiver Buttony Cardigan

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A simple recipe to knit a short-sleeved cardigan
A simple recipe to knit a short-sleeved cardigan

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: Christina Cartwright on Jan 09, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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Winding River's Buttony VersionWith a #9 needle, CO 72Row 1: Slip 1, K5, then start 2x2 ribbing until you get to last 6 sts, K6Rpt. 5x more. = 6 rows for the collarRow 7: (RS) Slip 1, K5, pm, K9, pm, K23, pm, K9, pm, K25Row 8: (WS) Slip 1, K5, P to last 6 sts, K6Row 9: Slip 1, *K to 1 st before marker, M1, K2, M1* to the end of row = 8 inc.and now 80 stsRow 10: work as row 8Now, continue your increases by repeating rows 9 & 10, and beginbuttonholes. Buttonholes are worked every 12 rows and are marked by **.On your first repeat of row 9, **work as above to last 6 sts, K3, yo, k2tog, K1.= first buttonhole madeWork row 10 as above.Row 9 (RS), Row 10 (WS)Row 9, Row 10Row 9, Row 10Row 9, Row 10Row 9, Row 10Row 9, Row 10**
Row 9, Row 10Row 9, Row 10Row 9, Row 10Row 9, Row 10Row 9... then on this WS row, P until you get to the first set of sleeve stitchesand put them on waste yarn, P until next set of sleeve stitches and put ontowaste yarn. Finish row 10 as above.Increases are finished at this point. You now have 2 buttonholes. Now you willbe knitting plain stockinette stitch, keeping the garter stitch border byknitting the first and last 6 stitches no matter which side you are. Continueworking a buttonhole row every 12 rows, and as indicated by the **.Row 35: Slip 1, K to end**Row 36: Slip 1, P to last 6 sts, K6Row 37: Slip 1, K to endRow 38: Slip 1, P to last 6 sts, K6Repeat rows 37 & 38 4x moreRepeat row 35 & 36, then 4 repeats of row 37 & 38 to give you 4 buttonholes,and now you are starting your decreases on the the RS row (just before yournext buttonhole). I counted out where the side seams are, and put a markeron either side for my decreases. There are 3 decrease rows, beginning on row57 (RS), as follows:Decrease row (row 57 RS): Slip 1, K to 1 st before marker, SSK, K2, K2tog, K to 1 st before marker, SSK, K2, K2tog, K to endRow 58: Repeat row 38
Row 59: Work as row 35 since this is your 5th buttonhole rowRow 60: Work as row 36Row 61: Work another decrease row like row 57Row 62: Work as row 58Row 63: Work as row 37Row 64: Work as row 38Row 65: Work another decrease row like row 57Row 66: Work as row 58Decreases finished. Repeat rows 37 & 38 2x more.Row 71: Work as row 35 as this is your 6th buttonhole rowRow 72: Work as row 36Rows 73 - 82: work as rows 37 & 38On next RS row (row 83), you will be doing an increase row, as well as abuttonhole. Work row 83 like you did row 9, adding in a buttonhole at the endof the row.Row 84: Work as 38Rows 85 - 94: Work as rows 37 & 38Row 95: Work as row 35 (8 buttonholes now)Row 96: Work as row 36Row 97 & 98: Work as rows 37 & 38Begin bottom ribbing now.Row 99: Slip 1, K5, 2x2 ribbing until last 6 sts, K6

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