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Knit this ladies edge to edge cardigan, Designed by Sarah Hatton using our luxury hand painted yarn Fine Art Aran (wool, kid mohair, super fine alpaca and mulberry silk), this design is knitted in stocking stitch and has raglan sleeves and deep rib edgings.

  • Yarn weight: Aran

  • Needle Size: 1 pair 4mm (no 8) (US 6) needles 4mm (no 8) (US 6) circular needle, 80 cm long 41/2mm (no 7) (US 7) circular needle, 80 cm long Set of 4 double-pointed 4mm (no 8) (US 6) needles Set of 4 double-pointed 41/2mm (no 7) (US 7) needles

  • Tension: 19 sts and 25 rows to 10 cm measured over st st using 41/2mm (US 7) needles.

  • Fibre: Wool, 50% Mohair, 20% Silk, 5% Alpaca, 25%

  • Author: Sarah Hatton

  • Format: Digital Download

  • Garment: Cardigan

  • Pattern For: Ladies

  • Pattern Count: 1

Cardigan

  Measurements
To Fit Bust 32-34 36-38 40-42 44-46 48-50
  Number of balls required

Rowan Fine Art Aran - Flamenco / Blue

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LL
05/30/2017
Lorraine L.
United Kingdom

Disappointed with pattern - should have had more detail in description

Will not knit it. Did not realise it was for circular needle

SR
04/15/2017
SUSAN R.
United Kingdom

Jupiter pattern

I downloaded this as a free pattern, and whilst I love the shape I have found the instructions for the yoke part a little confusing (a row by row instruction would be a great help) which is why I haven't given five stars. I'm still unsure if it is quite right, so will very likely take it back to the start of the yoke in the hope it will make more sense second time around- I consider myself an experienced knitter.

RJ
03/29/2017
Rosemary J.
United Kingdom

jupiter

I have yet to cast this on but it will be a project to be made ready for the autumn. The pattern looks great, something different.

CS
02/23/2017
Caroline S.
United Kingdom

Jupiter by Sarah Hatton

This pattern looked interesting. A twist on a conventional shape. Will enjoy making.