Triticum
Triticum
Triticum
Triticum
Triticum
Triticum
Triticum

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Triticum

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This lacy, swingy cardigan radiates feminity and luxury without compromising on comfort. This luxurious little open-front cardigan transitions with ease from cocktails with a little black dress to kicking around in jeans at the beach—you won’t want to leave home without it. With an elegant sweep of openwork down the center front, it flatters every one of its eight sizes (from XS to 4X) with subtle shaping that skims the body. The cable and lace motif is repeated at the back waist and sleeves, which may be knit full or elbow length. The five simple to knit pieces are worked flat from hem to shoulder with incorporated lapel/collar.

Shown here: size small in Better Breakfast Fingering, color Porridge
 

Matching Motif: Wheaten throw, Wheaten Mitts and Cap

Suggested Yarns: 
Bare Naked Wools Modern Deco LaceBetter Breakfast Fingering, Shetlandia Fingering, Stone Soup Fingering, Jacob Fingering, or any soft, heavy fingering/sport yarn that knits to pattern gauge. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size and drape. 
 
Finished Size: 
34.75(38.5, 42.25, 46, 50, 53.75, 57.5, 61.25) inches / 88(97.5, 107.5, 117, 127, 136.5, 146, 156) cm around chest with overlap at center front, to fit with 1 to 3 inches / 2.5 to 7.5 cm of ease

Yarn Requirements: 
1175(1275, 1400, 1525, 1675, 1825, 1975, 2100) yards / 1075(1175, 1275, 1400, 1525, 1675, 1800, 1925) m   Note: elbow length sleeves require 75 to 100 yards less

Gauge: 
21 sts and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette on larger needles (washed and air-dried flat)
24 sts and 32 rows = 4 inches in openwork pattern on larger needles (washed and blocked)

Needles: 
size 6 US (4.0 mm) needles (or size to obtain correct gauge)
size 4 US circular needle/DPNs (3.5 mm) for cuffs and trim (.5 mm smaller than gauge needle)

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Isabelle Côté
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