Rehoboth Cardigan | Knitting Pattern

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Make a statement with the Rehoboth cardigan pattern by Donna Estin! Its bold and fun stripes come together in an unpredictable fashion to give your look an eye-catching twist.

"One of the strongest trends emerging in 2023 is stripes, and Rehoboth Cardigan uses color to bring out the best in this trend. Bold, thick-and-thin stripes meet in opposing fashion to keep this cardigan fun and unpredictable. A center panel of slipped rib runs the length of the center of the back and hides the color changes to keep the front edges tidy. The deep bottom hem is worked in corrugated rib with bands of bright colors fading in and out in the purl stitches. A special technique is used to prevent bi-colored purl bumps so the colors meet flush at the color change." - Donna Estin


In addition to the knitting pattern, you will need the following material to knit the Rehoboth Cardigan:

YARNS (also available as knitting kit HERE)

Biscotte Yarns, DK PURE, (260m/284y, 4oz/115g, 90% merino superwash, 10% silk):

  • A – 3 (3, 3, 4) [4, 5, 5] skeins Rose Neon
  • B – 3 (3, 3, 4) [4, 5, 5] skeins Sorbet
  • C – 2 skeins Nature

Total yarn needed:

  • 605 (672, 749, 839) [938, 1031, 1118] yds/553 (614, 685, 767) [858, 942, 1022] m each of A and B,
  • 449 (455, 461, 471) [481, 486, 492] yds /412 (416, 421, 431) [440, 444, 450] m of C

 

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS

 

GAUGE: 23 sts and 30 rows = 4”/10cm, in stockinette stitch with larger needles blocked 

 

SIZES: Women’s S (M, L, 1X) [2X, 3X, 4X] Shown in Size M

Finished Measurements

  • Bust circumference: 36 (40, 44, 48) [52, 56, 60]”/91 (102, 112, 122) [132, 142, 152] cm
  • Intended to be worn with 2”/5cm positive ease
  • Overall Length: 31 (31.5, 32, 33) [34, 34.5, 35]”/77.5 (79, 80, 82,5) [85, 86, 87.5] cm

 

NOTES: The garment is worked flat, back and forth in rows on circular needles from the top down, seamlessly. Set-in style sleeves are formed at the same time as the body. At the underarms, sleeves are put on hold; then the body is worked using increases for hip shaping down to the corrugated rib at the bottom. Sleeves are worked in the round down to the corrugated ribbed cuff. Stitches are picked up along each front and back neck and worked in single ribbing.

 

This knitting pattern is sold as a PDF numeric file: a link to download the pattern will be provided on the final screen of your order, and you will also get a link to download this pattern by email upon order completion.

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Agathe

Super beau cardigan, je le ferais par contre dans des couleurs plus clasique, Dans projet futur

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