Product description

The Tilda Cardigan takes a great basic shape and embellishes it with whimsical details. The column of eyelets along each side seam begins at the hem and flows directly into the raglan lines on both fronts and back. The stockinette button band is flanked on either side by a pair of simple cables, while the garment’s body and three-quarter sleeves are trimmed with an optional contrasting color rolled edge. The generous scoop neck begs to be styled with shirts featuring interesting collars (or cowls). It’s a fun, relaxing knit that can be enjoyed by beginner-intermediate and advanced knitters alike!

Designer: Yoko Hatta

Collection: Wool People 4

 

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Tilda

Raglan Cardigan with Cable & Eyelet Detailing

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  • Product description

    The Tilda Cardigan takes a great basic shape and embellishes it with whimsical details. The column of eyelets along each side seam begins at the hem and flows directly into the raglan lines on both fronts and back. The stockinette button band is flanked on either side by a pair of simple cables, while the garment’s body and three-quarter sleeves are trimmed with an optional contrasting color rolled edge. The generous scoop neck begs to be styled with shirts featuring interesting collars (or cowls). It’s a fun, relaxing knit that can be enjoyed by beginner-intermediate and advanced knitters alike!

    Designer: Yoko Hatta

    Collection: Wool People 4

     

  • Pattern materials

    YARDAGE

    Worsted weight wool yarn in the following approximate amounts:

    • 1010 (1110, 1230, 1340, 1480, 1615) yards of Main Color (MC);
    • 35 (35, 35, 40, 40, 45) yards of Contrasting Color (CC)


    YARN

    Brooklyn Tweed Shelter (100% American Targhee-Columbia wool; 140 yards / 50 g):

    • 8 (8, 9, 10, 11, 12) skeins MC and 1 skein CC
    • Photographed in Fossil (MC) and Sweatshirt (CC)


  • Pattern specs

    GAUGE

    Working and Finished Gauge:

    • 20 stitches & 29 rows = 4″ in stockinette stitch (knit on RS; purl on WS); before and after blocking


    NEEDLES

    Size A needle:

    • One pair of straight needles and/or one 32″ long circular needle in size needed to obtain gauge listed
    • Suggested Size: 4½ mm (US 7)


    FINISHED DIMENSIONS

    • 35½ (39½, 43½, 47½, 51½, 55½)” finished dimension at bust, buttoned
    • Intended ease: +3-6″ at bust
    • Sample shown is 39½” with +7½” of ease on model


  • Pattern Updates

    19 December 2012: (Version 1.1): The suggested needle size was incorrect throughout the pattern. It now reads “(sugg. 4½ mm / US 7).” 16 January 2013: (Version 2.0): Page 5, 2nd column, the final “Shape Raglans” instructions under LEFT FRONT have been corrected to read: “Bind off (at beginning of next 8 WS rows) 2 stitches twice, then 1 stitch 6 times, AND repeat the Raglan Decrease Row 5 more times (on RS rows) – 5 stitches remain.” Also, Page 6, 1st column, the final “Shape Raglans” instructions under RIGHT FRONT have been corrected to read: “Bind off (at beginning of next 8 RS rows) 2 stitches twice, then 1 stitch 6 times, AND repeat the Raglan Decrease Row 6 more times (at end of RS rows) – 5 stitches remain.” 8 February 2013: (Version 3.0): Pages 5 and 6, for LEFT FRONT and RIGHT FRONT under “Raglan Shaping”, there needs to be one WS row worked before Front Neck shaping begins.  On both pages, the pattern has been corrected to read: “– 35 (37, 38, 39, 39, 41) stitches remain. Work 1 row even (WS).” 20 March 2013: (Version 3.1): Page 7, the instructions for the 4th and 6th row under “Right Sleeve Only” clarified to read: (4th) “Bind off 1 stitch, SSK, pass second stitch on R needle over first stitch (1 further stitch bound off), knit 3 – 4 stitches remain.” (6th) “Bind off 2 stitches, knit 1 – 2 stitches remain.” Also,the instructions for the 5th row under “Left Sleeve Only” clarified to read: “Bind off 2 stitches, purl 1 – 2 stitches remain.
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