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cobblestone cardigan photo

Well, I wanted to wait until it was blocked, but I can’t :) So here it is, looking a bit wobbly, on my dress form this dark and rainy morning:


I’ll probably add afterthought pockets today, and I’ll block it tomorrow, maybe. When it’s dry, Dan will take photos of me actually wearing it!

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2 Responses to “cobblestone cardigan photo”

  1. Thomasean

    Please!!!!!! Please !!!!!!!!!!!!Please tell me where I can find this pattern. I absolutely love love this sweater.

    You did a great job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. kara

    Thanks, Thomasean, glad you like it! :) I based this sweater on Jared Flood’s Cobblestone Pullover, which was a pattern in the Fall 2007 issue of Interweave Knits. Photos of the original are here:

    I used a different yarn at a different gauge, and worked from the top down in one piece, adding buttonholes every 12 ridges as I went and knitting to fit myself. I also added a round collar instead of the original rolled edge, and made it a lot longer to be more coat-like. I increased a few times on either side of the side-columns of garter stitch to give more room in the hips. I didn’t write anything down, so all I can give you are these general guidelines. Good luck, and let’s see photos of YOUR interpretation of Jared’s lovely sweater!

    Get yourself a copy of Knitting From the Top, by Barbara Walker. She’ll help you understand how to create a seamless sweater from the top down. :)

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