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  • The Basic cardigan - strikkeopskrift - Knit Wit Company
    The Basic cardigan - strikkeopskrift - Knit Wit Company
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    Basic cardigan beginner – knitting pattern

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    All year round you need that one cardigan that you can always wear - and that you own in all colors! With this knitting pattern, which is so easy to follow (even for the beginner), you are not many stitches away from owning your very own 'The Basic' Cardigan. Here, we have knitted the cardigan in an awesome merino/alpaca blend that gives the final result a gorgeous look. It really is the type of cardigan that you always wear! Dress it up, dress it down, it goes with everything. This PDF knitting pattern is written for the beginner who's knowledgeable about the basics of knitting - knit, purl, increase, decrease and casting off. Material you need to knit the cardigan: – 6mm (US10) circular needle (or the sizes you need to get the below gauge) – 400-450-500 g yarn that's app. 60m/50g – scissors – knitter's sewing needle Gauge: 10 cm = 21 rows 10 cm = 16 stitches Finished measurement (chest): App. 100 - 106 - 112 cm (39 - 41.5 - 44 inches) The knitting pattern is for immediate download – after succesful purchase, you’ll have access to the download area and the link to the download will also be sent directly to your email inbox in the order confirmation email. *** This product is a knitting pattern for digital download – it is not the finished product *** Under no circumstances are you allowed to change, share or sell this knitting pattern. It is for personal use only. Thank you! Need inspiration or aid with the stitches? Have a look at our ‘Learn to knit’, where there’s loads of knowledge. You can also jump on over to the blog, where you’ll also find tips and tricks.
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  • Baby chunky cardigan - strikkeopskrift - Knit Wit Company
    Baby chunky cardigan - strikkeopskrift - Knit Wit Company
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    Chunky baby / kid’s cardigan / jacket with hood knitting pattern – sizes 1 – 24 months

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    Super cute chunky baby's / kid's cardigan / jacket. The unisex cardigan / jacket is for all our the little cool ones, and it will keep them nice and toasty all winter long. We've chosen to knit the cardigan in a 100% wool yarn, which doesn't exactly make it the most washable, but you can of course choose to use a superwash instead - or even a completely different fiber that's much more easy to maintain than wool. The knitting pattern covers 1 -24 months, and can be knit by an intermediate knitter. The cardigan / jacket is knit using knitting needles 8mm (US11). Materials you need to knit the hat: – 8mm (US11) knitting needles (or the size you need to get the below gauge) – 50 g yarn that's app. 50m/50g – 4 buttons, app. 1 cm in diameter – scissors – knitter's sewing needle Sizes in the pattern: 1/3 months – 50/56 cm 6/9 months – str. 62/68 cm 12/18 months – str. 74/80 cm 24 months – str. 86/92 cm Gauge: 10 cm = 16 rows 10 cm = 11 stitches The knitting pattern is for immediate download – after succesful purchase, you’ll have access to the download area and the link to the download will also be sent directly to your email inbox in the order confirmation email. *** This product is a knitting pattern for digital download – it is not the finished product *** Under no circumstances are you allowed to change, share or sell this knitting pattern. It is for personal use only. Thank you! Need inspiration or aid with the stitches? Have a look at our ‘Learn to knit’, where there’s loads of knowledge. You can also jump on over to the blog, where you’ll also find tips and tricks.
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