Saturday, October 20, 2007

Morgan Cardigan Pattern Available



Autumn's in the air and you need a warm cardigan to chase away the chill. Morgan features an easy-to-wear zipper front, raglan sleeves, generous collar, and traditional fit. The color pattern was found on a sweater in the Shetland Museum's online photo archive. Made in a rustic, worsted wt. yarn, with a cut steek, Morgan is an excellent choice for the knitter who has done some stranded work and would like try something a bit more challenging. Click to enlarge pictures.

Difficulty: Experienced



Finished measurements:34, 38, 42[46, 50, 54] inches

Yardage: worsted wt. wool,
MC 800, 800, 1000[1000, 1200, 1200] yards
CC 400, 400, 600[600, 600, 600] yards

Gauge: 20 st and 24 rows = 4" or 10 cm in Fair Isle stockinette st.



Price $6

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8 comments:

Kathy Kathy Kathy said...

I think I may have to buy that pattern. Unless, of course, you wanted me to test-wear it????? Hmm? Last chance!

dale-harriet said...

{ } <--that is Dumfounded Silence. Iadmire that *almost* as much as the Fair Isle; both look to me like something that happens if you leave your knitting at the edge of a Faerie Ring in the light of a full moon. I have NO desire to try such things but take enormous pleasure in admiring the work of "them what does".

Ruinwen said...

So beautiful! I love everything about this! :)

Batty said...

Gorgeous! And a bit intimidating. But oh, if there was ever a reason to try colorwork, this is it.

Sarah said...

I love it!

Terby said...

This is one of my favorites of yours. I think I like your knitting best when it's only a few colors, and strong geometric shapes. This sweater is another argument in favor of my learning stranded knitting.

Rebel said...

Ooooh... very pretty.

Sam said...

It is really pretty. I have alishar to do, but Morgan will also be on my list of sweaters to knit for myself. It's a beautiful sweater!
Sam