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Marilyn's Hitofude Cardigan
Marilyn's Hitofude Cardigan
Marilyn's Hitofude Cardigan
Marilyn's Hitofude Cardigan
Marilyn's Hitofude Cardigan

Description

As implied by the name "Hitofude", meaning a single brush stroke in Japanese, this open front cardigan with an allover lace pattern is worked in one "yarn stroke" -- a continuous strand without cutting the yarn. The yarn stroke starts from the upper body and sleeves worked together in a rectangular piece, then moves to lower body, where the lace pattern increases evenly, creating a gentle drape.

Materials

Yarn Madelinetosh Dandelion Yarn
Jasper
Fingering (27-32 sts/4 in), Merino Wool, Machine Wash
Quantity: 4
Needles Knitter's Pride Karbonz Circular Needles - US 4 (3.5mm) - 32"
Quantity: 1

Attributes

Type:
Women's Cardigans (view more)
Wearer:
Women's (view more)
Difficulty:
Intermediate (view more)
Creator:
Marilyn (view more)
Percent Complete:
100%
Completion Date:
06/21/2016
Total Views:
583133

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