Monday, November 1, 2010

Golden Wheat Cardigan



New pattern, yet again! Now it's time for Golden Wheat.




Crispy mornings, cold days and dark nights – no matter what autumn brings, this soft cardigan will keep you warm and happy. It’s knitted from top down in one piece.

Sizes: x-s, s, m, l, x-l, xx-l
Finished bust circumference: 80 (86, 94, 105, 114, 124) cm/ 31.5 (34, 37, 41, 45, 49)”.
Yarn: 700 - 1100 m (770 - 1200 yards) of Pigeonroof Studios BACCHUS or other Aran weight /10-ply yarn
Gauge: 15 stitches and 18 rows in 10 cm/4" (with larger needles in reversed Stockinette stitch)


€4,90


12 comments:

Ela said...

I just finished the 3/4 hap shawl - love it! And now you publish the pattern of this beautiful cardigan, can't wait to knit it!!!

Ida Nielsen said...

Oh, I so love all of your patterns!! Please, please let me know if you need a test knitter to any of them ;-)

sneezerville said...

lovely. as always. so going to have to put some of your designs on my to do list this winter!

sweetpea16 said...

Ooohhhh... could you take a break in designing all these gorgeous sweaters??? Pretty please with a cherry on top???? Cos every time I see one I NEED to knit it as they're each more beautiful than the last one. Right now I have Still Light and the Twenty Ten Cardi on the needles.

Guess I'll have to add this one to my list... and I have yarn in da stash to make it hehehe.

elisa said...

What a huge gift!!!!

Maryse said...

Another pattern! Congratulations! Beautiful and it looks really comfortable. I like the way it's buttoned.

Northern Girl Knits said...

I love asymmetrical sweaters. It gives it such a pretty look!

ArualMaria said...

I love it, once again.

Pirre said...

Vau, todella kaunis neule!

marina mañana said...

moikka! onko noita sun ohjeita saatavilla suomeksi?
aivan ihania neuleesi ovat!

Nina said...

On Ravelry I see lots of people have added more buttons to this pattern - are there instructions for that included? Also, any idea how this would work in 100% cotton yarn? Thanks!

Netti said...

Einfach wunderschön! Mal schauen, ob ich als absolute Anfängerin dieser Herausforderung gewachsen bin.