Standout Stripes Cardigan Pattern (Knit)

SKU: 60812A

This knit sweater pattern is made with medium or worsted weight yarn and has an easy (beginner+) level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Sweater
Yarn Used
Vanna's Choice - 860
Pattern Gauge
14 sts + 26 rows = 4 in. (10 cm) in Stripe pattern with larger needles.
Pattern Size Options
Baby 12 Months, Baby 18 Months, Child 2-3 Years, Child 3-4 Years
Pattern Sizing Information
Pattern is written for smallest size with changes for larger sizes in parentheses. When only one number is given, it applies to all sizes. To follow pattern more easily, circle all numbers pertaining to your size before beginning.
Pattern Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Dimensions Detail
Finished Chest 23 (25, 27, 29) in. (58.5 (63.5, 68.5, 73.5) cm). Finished Length 12 (12.5, 13, 13.5) in. (30.5 (32, 33, 34.5) cm).
Pattern Corrections
No
Pattern Craft
Knit
Made For
Child

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Connie Lebel
Excellent pattern

Good way to use small amounts of yarn. I knitted fronts and back all at once instead of separately and now I can't find anywhere in the pattern how far up the armholes starts. Does anyone know that number?

Hello Connie - there isn't any armhole shaping in this pattern (it's a drop shoulder), so you can use the finished width of the sleeve to determine where to split your front and back. Take the width at the top of the sleeve and divide that number in half, as you'll have half the sleeve on the front and half on the back. If you need more help with this, please email us at support@lionbrand.com!

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Connie Lebel
Excellent pattern

Good way to use small amounts of yarn. I knitted fronts and back all at once instead of separately and now I can't find anywhere in the pattern how far up the armholes starts. Does anyone know that number?

Hello Connie - there isn't any armhole shaping in this pattern (it's a drop shoulder), so you can use the finished width of the sleeve to determine where to split your front and back. Take the width at the top of the sleeve and divide that number in half, as you'll have half the sleeve on the front and half on the back. If you need more help with this, please email us at support@lionbrand.com!