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Cardigan and Sweater in King Cole Splash DK (4953)
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Cardigan and Sweater in King Cole Splash DK (4953) Cardigan and Sweater in King Cole Splash DK (4953)

Cardigan and Sweater in King Cole Splash DK (4953)

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Cardigan and Sweater in  King Cole's variegated yarn Splash DK; a acrylic yarn, which produces a beautiful Fair Isle effect when knitted up.

This kit contains:

  • 3 x King Cole Splash DK - Creme Brulee (3082)
  • 3 x King Cole Splash DK - Sweet Dreams (1944)
  • 1 x Pattern as a Digital Download.

This pattern comes in bust sizes 22-32in and this kit includes yarns for all sizes. To knit these garments you will require 4mm, 3.75mm Knitting needles, 4mm Circular needle and 6[6:7:7:7:8] Buttons for Cardigan.

Please Note: Due to difference in sizing there may be an overage in yarns.

  • Yarn weight: DK

  • Length: 290m per ball

  • Needle Size: 4mm, 3.75mm Knitting needles, 4mm Circular needle

  • Ball weight: 6 x 100g

  • Fibre: 100% Acrylic

  • Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Cardigan and Sweater

  • Pattern For: Girls, Toddlers, Kids, Children,

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Lori F.
United States United States
Super cute

Haven't used it yet. In the future, I am sure it will be a hit with my granddaughters.

Ms S.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Great service

Had a great selection of wool and patterns, and items arrived quickly and well packed.

Margaret M.

I found this pattern rather confusing and not one for a beginner. The material requirements did not state a 3.75 circular needle, but the first instruction was to use this size to cast on. I did not like the reverse stocking stitch - didn't think it showed the character of the yarn, and therefore I ripped it out and resorted to regular stocking stitch instead. Love the yarn, though!