Available in the Savory Knitting Shop on Ravelry Finished Measurements 32 ¾ (39, 45 ½, 52, 58 ¼)” to fit a suggested 30 (36, 42, 48, 56)” bust.
This cardigan is intended to be worn with positive ease, the sample measures 39” and is shown worn by a 35” bust.
The Pine Cone Lace stitch is stretchy and can be blocked accommodate a range of sizes, please refer to the schematic when choosing a size.
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Life can get really complicated, balancing worky stuff, life stuff, parenting/kid stuff, spouse stuff, and most of the time I keep that under control, but suddenly we’ve added some “how are we going to care for an aging family member” stuff. Then I get a message like this post and it reminds me how lucky I am, how grateful I am to do what I do. My first “garment” was a pillow case “dress”, cut to add neck and arm openings then embellished with tucks and gathers to make it fitted.
I learned to sew when I was four old from a Grandmother exasperated with my attempts to fashion doll clothes with scraps from the rag drawer and scotch tape.
I sewed all through high school, college and my 20’s though recently knitting has taken over.
I recently found my self with a week between commitments and in anticipation of the publication of the Alabama Chanin‘s new book, Alabama Studio Sewing + Design, I thought I might see just how much I could accomplish from books 1 & 2.
4 Panel Alabama Swing Skirt, Book 1: Rose Stencil Reverse Applique, organic cotton jersey in brown and black.
I don’t consider this one really finished, when I look at it I feel like it needs ‘something’ and so I’m thinking I will add some embroidery around the hem, sort of like this.
6 Panel Alabama Swing Skirt, Book 2: Bright red organic cotton jersey with herringbone stitch on the exposed seams I still haven’t finished trimming the loose threads…
Because Book three arrived today, and I am over the moon in love.
Gauge 20 sts x 29 rows= 4” in Pattern on larger needles 21 sts x 30 rows= 4” in stockinette stitch on larger needles Construction Notes The body is worked in one piece to the underarms, then fronts and back are divided and worked separately to the shoulders.
The sleeves are worked in the round to the underarm then the cap is shaped working back and forth in rows and sewn into place.
The Cypress Raglan A seamless pullover, worked from the bottom up with raglan sleeves.