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Amber Beaded Cardigan by Michele Rose Orne Capture the look of hay fields drying in the sun with a shade of gold hand dyed silk yarn. A sprinkling of gold matte beads mimics the texture of field seeds in this luminous knitted cardigan. Aran Duffle Coat by Judith L. Swartz Based on a duffle shape, this oversized cable knit cardigan features deeply cuffed sleeves, dropped shoulders, roomy pockets, and toggle closures.
This pattern is easy to knit, and still highly textured. Refined Aran Jacket by Pam Allen A classic style, worked in classic yarn, this versatile cable knit cardigan is designed with gorgeous detailing. Calling upon Aran techniques, this pattern yields cardigans that are uniquely feminine and positively stunning. One of our favorite knitted jackets! Sienna Cardigan by Ann E.
Smith This slender knit cardigan is worked in an easy garter stitch, with a clever bind off along the collar. Simple styling, a bordered waist, and sleeves that finish with a neat bind-off edging keep the focus on the stitch details.
Side-way Ribs Cardigan by Norah Gaughan Take a bulky-weight yarn, add large needles, lots of wide ribs, and plenty of stockinette, and you have an easy knitted cardigan.
Just large enough to be cozy and fitted enough to be flattering. Why wait for cold weather, grab your yarn and needles and download this free cardigan knitting pattern. Each of these free cardigan knitting patterns was selected to stand-out in its own class.
Whether you imagine cables twining up the sleeves or gracefully flowing lace, each knitted cardigan pattern will spark your fiber imagination. From beginner to experienced, lightweight, layer-friendly patterns to graceful stripes, each of these free knitting patterns are both a delight and a challenge.
This is a wonderful and varied collection of cardigan knitting patterns—which is one of the most important pieces in your wardrobe. You must be logged in to post a comment. Our dear friend Rowan has donated two of her beautiful and whimsical projects bags.
We will be collecting to the end of April! New products are coming soon! We invite you to come see, feel and touch our exciting selection of natural fibers, including hand-dyed and handspun yarns.
Life's pace can be hectic. Unplug and enjoy the therapeutic, tactile experience needlecrafting affords. You'll be in good company. Reservations and payment required in advance for all classes. Please call the store at Begin your adventure in creating knitted fabric! You will learn to cast on, knit, purl and bind off. Use knit and purl stitches to create garter, stockinette and ribbed stitches. Learn to read simple patterns. Private beginner sessions available.
Please call the shop to schedule. See what you can create with a hook and some yarn. Come learn the fundamentals and see how addicting it is to crochet chains and the basic stitches of single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet. Cardigans is excited to welcome Denise Dailey as our new Handspinning teacher!
She will walk you through an exploration of the different types of fiber and how to assess them as a spinner. Weaving is a great way to use up some of your yarn stash!
Join the fun of this popular fiber trend! No previous skills necessary. Class is very limited so we recommend signing up for the waitlist as soon as possible. Class Date and Time: Contact Cardigans to inquire. Samples of woven scarves by Susan are on display at Cardigans. Everyone is welcome to work on projects at the table on Tuesday thru Sunday during shop hours.
I reserve the right to limit the table times when classes are being offered. Wednesday Knit Night - 4: Cardi Club annual membership offers many benefits: There are a limited number of spaces available.
Try an open knit cardigan, cropped sweater, or a knit crop top to stay warm without overheating. Once summer’s finally gone, start introducing the bulkier pieces like a . at Cardigans Knit Shop. Sunday April 11am – 3pm* FEE: $25 at time of class. ENTRELAC (from the French word, to interlace) is a stunning and. interesting method of creating a fabric that looks woven and complicated, but. uses only stitches at a ditilink.gqs on display at Cardigans Knit Shop. Come join us! Create a lovely accessory. Cardigans. Layer up with one of these delightful cardigan knitting patterns. Whether you need something for the office or a night out, you'll find the perfect pattern here.