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Wickerwork by Gudrun Johnston

Wickerwork by Gudrun Johnston Wickerwork by Gudrun Johnston
Wickerwork by Gudrun Johnston Wickerwork by Gudrun Johnston
Buy Green Mountain Spinnery Sylvan Spirit at Green Mountain Spinnery
This body of this cardigan is worked from the bottom to the armholes in one piece. The sleeves are worked in the round to the armhole then joined to the body. The yoke is worked in one piece to the neckband. Stitches are picked up for the front bands and neckband, and are bound off using an i-cord bind-off. The Wickerwork Pattern is given in chart form only.

$7.00 US

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Finished measurements:
Bust, buttoned: 32 ½ (35 ¼, 37 ¼, 39 ½, 42 ¼, 45, 47 ¾, 50 ½, 53 ¼)" / 82.5 (89.5, 94.5, 100.5, 107.5, 114.5, 121.5, 128.5, 135.5) cm
Length: 20 ¾ (20 ¾, 20 ¾, 21, 21 ¾, 21 ¾, 22 ¼, 22 ¾, 23 ¼)" / 52.5 (52.5, 52.5, 53.5, 55, 55, 56.5, 58, 59) cm
Shown in size 35 ¼" / 89.5 cm
Intended to be worn with 0–2" / 0–5 cm ease.

Yarn:
6 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9, 9, 10, 10) hanks Green Mountain Spinnery Sylvan Spirit (180 yd / 165 m per 2 oz / 58 g hank; 50% Fine American Wool, 50% Tencel Lyocell) in #9989 Amethyst

Needles & Notions:
Size 4 US / 3.5 mm circular needle, 32–40" / 80–100 cm long, depending on bust size
Size 5 US / 3.75 mm circular needle, 32–40" / 80–100 cm long, depending on bust size
Size 5 US / 3.75 mm needles in preferred style for small circumference knitting in the round

US D-3 / 3.25 mm crochet hook, waste yarn, stitch markers, tapestry needle, 9 buttons 3 ⁄8" / 10 mm diameter gauge: 23 sts and 32 rows = 4" / 10

Gauge:
23 sts and 32 rows = 4" / 10 cm in Stockinette stitch, using larger needle
27 sts and 33 rnds = 4" / 10 cm in Wickerwork Pattern, using larger needle

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